Or just idiots, take your pick.
According to a piece in the totally logical social-justice blog Everyday Feminism, it is racist and offensive to wear toe rings or bangle bracelets in almost any situation.
Yep. According to the article’s author, Aarti Olivia, wearing these kinds of jewelry amounts to an appropriation of South Asian culture.
For a galling example of this, look no further than the University of
Oregon’s student union, which recently considered removing Martin Luther
King Jr.’s “I have a dream” quote from the wall of a campus building.
Why? Because the famous statement only references one kind of diversity—skin color—and is therefore not inclusive.