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Chief Wansum Tail Seeks Pocahottie: Yes, It’s Halloween Again

Sorry ladies, but we're calling Halloween 2013 a win for the boys.

Because Halloween in Indian country is always a horrorshow of snide stereotypes peddled to mainstream America as harmelss costumes. Usually — like, almost always — the stereotype is the playful "Native American women are sluts." Oh, so fun. But this year we're struck by the men in the Dreamgirl "Restless Wranglers"collection of Halloween costumes: Chief Wansum Tail and Chief Big Wood.

Really? Chief Wansum Tail is OK? Because we wonder whether the same company would dare market an African-American themed costume (we don't claim to know what it would look like) with the name "Big [anything sexual] Jones." And lest we neglect the American Indian women unjustly characterized as "Pocahotties," let's also wonder whether Dreamgirl could put out an Asian-themed costume called "Little Miss [anything sexual] Geisha."

Here's the complete collection of Native-themed costumes from Dreamgirls — and yes, we're aware that most of them were available last year, if not earlier. No points for longevity. Dreamgirl has a Facebook page.

Chief Big Wood

Chief Big Wood

Chief Wansum Tail

Chief Wansum Tail

Hot On the Trail

Hot On the Trail

Pocahottie

Pocahottie

Rain Dancing Diva

Rain Dancing Diva

Reservation Royalty

Reservation Royalty

Tribal Princess

Tribal Princess

Tribal Trouble

Tribal Trouble

 

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