Snowflakes Upset Over Girl Wearing Asian Style Dress To Prom

A prom is a big event for teens, especially for girls with all of the fancy dresses and hairdos. But for one teen the aftermath is a tad odd. Utah High Schooler Keziah Daum is under attack on Twitter over pictures she posted of her Prom.

The controversy is over her dress selection and a pose that her group did for a photo. The dress is a Chinese style cheongsam. Her pose was simply her hands in front of her as if praying.

Liberals were quick to attack her choice in wearing the dress which they felt was off limits unless you are Asian. They took to Twitter to express how they felt about someone else’s choice in attire.

This isn’t ok. I wouldn’t wear traditional Korean, Japanese or any other traditional dress and I’m Asian. I wouldn’t wear traditional Irish or Swedish or Greek dress either. There’s a lot of history behind these clothes. Sad,” another added.

“Oh god! The pose is just the cherry on top of this casually racist post. It’s not just a dress, it’s something that means something historically and traditionally to the Chinese,” another added.”

Her Post went viral on Twitter with people on both sides of the argument. Keziah Daum further explained herself feeling the need to after seeing all of the commotion it was causing.

I feel people have seen the photos and others opinions and has viewed them in the wrong way. Making assumptions is something that has definitely caused a lot of this controversy and backlash,” she said. “I would like my critics to know that I have no ill intent against other cultures and that I was simply showing my appreciation.”

She replied to all of the negative comments, she wasn’t going to back down or delete her post she felt there was no need.

“I don’t understand everyone’s need or desire to cause so much hate. I’m simply showing my love for a beautiful culture and there is nothing wrong with that. Keep talking shit. I don’t care. I have much respect for the Chinese culture”

“To everyone causing so much negativity: I mean no disrespect to the Chinese culture. I’m simply showing my appreciation to their culture. I’m not deleting my post because I’ve done nothing but show my love for the culture. It’s a fucking dress. And it’s beautiful.”

She has gained numerous followers and voices of support including many Asians who feel there is nothing wrong with the dress. A matter of fact the post became mostly replies just telling her how beautiful she looked in the dress. I’m glad she stuck to her guns and kept the photo up.

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