Is "Slutoween" Actually Scarier Than Halloween Ever Was?Moe10/30/07 12:00pmFiled to: every day is slutoweenHalloweenswalloweentweenage wastelandwhore-ifying90EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkHappy Halloween, folks! Know what this means? The PERFECT STORM of Slutty ShallowTween trend stories! Here's a quick guide. You start with the question, "Why did Halloween replace "scary" with "slutty"?" and usually the the follow-up, "Did witch and zombie costumes get replaced by costumes prefixed-'naughty' and/or 'sexy' maybe at the same time BRATZ DOLLS became acceptable?" The next-level story wonders if all this has something to do with the de-juvenilization of Halloween. Just when did self-respecting adults start dressing up like French maids? (And why, if French are supposed to be so classic and subtly chic, do their maids dress like strippers?) " Some commentators blame the gays, and the gays are not having it, and miscellaneous references to Kim Kardashian/Tila Tequila/Pussycat Dolls/burlesque/Hot Topic ensue, and at this point maybe we should return to Bratz — you can even be a Bratz for Halloween! And the big takeaway of it all is: everyone in this country between the ages of six and forty six is basically a slutty thirteen-year-old. And that is the new scary.