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Halloween

Halloween is a microcosm of our society. On this board, we feature the costumes and other Halloween-related images that we've discussed on our site. For analysis, click through any image or visit Sociological Images at www.thesocietypages.org/socimages.

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Halloween

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Sociologist Joel Best wishes you a “Happy Halloween” and nothing but the Best candy!

Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks: Sexy Yoda

Our Annual Halloween “Sexy What!?” Post » Sociological Images

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Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks: Sexy lobster

Our Annual Halloween “Sexy What!?” Post » Sociological Images

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Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks: Sexy George Washington

Our Annual Halloween “Sexy What!?” Post » Sociological Images

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Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks: Sexy crime scene

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Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks: Sexy Scrabble (but only because Scrabble is really sexy, indeed)

Our Annual Halloween “Sexy What!?” Post » Sociological Images

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Our annual Sexy What!? costume picks

Our Annual Halloween “Sexy What!?” Post » Sociological Images

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Measured by spending, Halloween is the second largest holiday in the U.S. after Christmas. The National Retail Federation estimates that Americans will spend $7.4 billion dollars celebrating Halloween this year. In total, 74% of households will buy something for Halloween and, among those, the average will spend $125.

There’ll be a bumper crop of pumpkins, more than ever before, and worth about $149 million dollars.

A full two-thirds of the population will buy a costume, spending an average of $77.52 each. That’s a record in terms of both spending and the sheer number of costumes sold.

Why do witches ride brooms? To fly, of course. And also to administer hallucinogenic drugs directly to the mucous membranes of their genitals. Click through and never look at a witch the same again...

Why Do Witches Ride Brooms? » Sociological Images

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Why do witches ride brooms? To fly, of course. And also to administer hallucinogenic drugs directly to the mucous membranes of their genitals. Click through and never look at a witch the same again...

Why Do Witches Ride Brooms? » Sociological Images

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The"sexy poo bag" and other truly unsexy sexy costume ideas from @ gemmacorrell.

What does it mean that some men dress up like fat women for Halloween? (click thru for analysis)

Men Dressing Up as Fat Women » Sociological Images

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What does it mean that some men dress up like fat women for Halloween? (click thru for analysis)

Men Dressing Up as Fat Women » Sociological Images

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What does it mean that some men dress up like fat women for Halloween? (click thru for analysis)

Men Dressing Up as Fat Women » Sociological Images

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Halloween cards "for a boy" and "for a girl" (click thru for story)

How Target saved me from making a huge Halloween mistake

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Pointlessly Gendered Ghostbusters Costume (click thru for more)

A Halloween Gender Binary » Sociological Images

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Oh Those Frightening Feminists of France!

Breast Cancer Awareness-Themed, Pink, Sexy, Leopard-ish Costume Blows Our Mind (click thru for why)

Halloween Costumes, Then and Now (click thru for more)

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Halloween Costumes, Then and Now (click thru for more)

Halloween Costumes: Then and Now » Sociological Images

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Halloween Costumes, Then and Now (click thru for more)

Halloween Costumes, Then and Now (click thru for more)

Halloween Costumes, Then and Now (click thru for more)

Halloween Costumes: Then and Now » Sociological Images

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