One definition of “Karen,” has, in recent years, become a widespread meme referencing a specific type of middle-class white woman, who exhibits behaviours that stem from privilege.
But a predominant feature of the “Karen” stereotype is that they weaponise their relative privilege against people of colour – for example when making police complaints against black people for minor or even – in numerous cases – fictitious infringements.
An artist named Jason Adcock just created the “Karen” Halloween mask. It has the haircut you’d expect, plus bloodshot eyes, angry wrinkles, and a furious facial expression.
If you’re interested in one, you can message him on Instagram. There’s no word on how much he wants for them though.
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