Halloween can be one of the best times of the year, but it can also be one of the most controversial, as people will dress as just about anyone or anything to get a laugh. Remember when Julianne Hough thought blackface was acceptable when she went as ‘Crazy Eyes’ from OITNB? Well, these are some of the controversial costumes we fear people will think are okay in 2015. We don’t recommend any of these contentious ensembles unless you’re looking to offend.
1. Caitlyn Jenner
The world was introduced to Caitlyn Jenner, previously Olympic champion Bruce, in May 2015. It only took a few months into the summer before companies started producing Caitlyn Jenner Halloween costumes based on her Vanity Fair photoshoot. But we don’t condone dressing as the transgender celeb, because this costume is highly offensive and mocks the bravery of the famous athlete.
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