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With Halloween season coming up, many are anxious to decide what they will dress up as this year. Among mythical creatures like fairies and werewolves, we can find some more realistic costumes that represent real groups of people, such as Native Americans. While some may think that it is acceptable to dress as a tribal chief to go trick-or-treating, others believe that it is unacceptable and appalling. Accordingly, the following will discuss a recent issue where a Saskatchewanian woman spoke up after finding Indigenous costumes in her local Spirit Halloween store.

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Does the wage gap exist? Yes but not at the 79 cents per every man’s dollar like people keep quoting, its actually 93 cents per every man’s dollar.

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Everyone is familiar with the sexualization and objectification of women in the media. While is not a new issue, many people are under the assumption that this problem is a thing of the past. Taking a deeper look at the advertisements and all forms of media we are exposed to today will prove otherwise; this issue is still pertinent and is as alive as always. Unfortunately, advertisements, particularly high-fashion ads, are into illustrating sexualized violence to sell their products. Often times women are found in a position of submission to men, and this becomes normalized.

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