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QUESTIONS NOBODY IS ASKING: Is your dog’s Halloween costume sexist? Note that this is being ask…

QUESTIONS NOBODY IS ASKING: Is your dog’s Halloween costume sexist? Note that this is being asked at the Washington Post, a paper that once prided itself on toppling Republican presidential administrations, by an SJW disguised as a reporter who’s too chicken to petition her boss to stop selling his own “sexist” Halloween costumes for pets. […]
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