Slutty Halloween: the Flipbook. {Video}

Via elephant journal
on Oct 29, 2012
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Slutty Halloween? Yup. It’s (been) a thing (for a long time) (in many cultures).

“Don’t judge, man.” ~ Jenna Marbles

Halloween’s always been about sex, and death, and regarding both with a sense of fun.

Here’s some family appropriate DIY ideas.

Here’s 10 top “spiritual” Halloween costume ideas.

Here’s some green tips. Here’s more. Here’s…more.

And here’s a post about skipping Halooween.

Here’s a ton of “realistic” ideas for the sexy ladies. Waiting for the man’s edition (see above links for ideas):


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One Response to “Slutty Halloween: the Flipbook. {Video}”

  1. Liz says:

    As a 'conscious' publication, I would HIGHLY suggest that you please please please do not condone "dressing up as a Native princess" or whatever. Bad call. Culture is not a costume, and it is NOT okay for people to dress up as "sexy Indian." This video totally condones it and really makes me frustrated that Elephant journal would publish this piece. Not cool, not mindful, not respectful.