Should Halloween be banned? | The Journal of Montreal

The Order of Nurses of Quebec (OIIQ) has launched a campaign against sexy nurse costumes.

We got there, friends.

The health system is cracking everywhere, 18-month-old babies are sleeping on stretchers in the corridors of Sainte-Justine, nurses are on the verge of depression from working overtime, health care workers have to be brought in. abroad to make up for the labor shortage in our hospitals…

And meanwhile, the OIIQ is launching a campaign against sexy nurse costumes…

As if that was the big problem of the Quebec health system!

Girls wearing fishnet stockings to their Halloween party instead of beige compression stockings with big rubber boots!

After that, we wonder why so many Quebecers are on antidepressants…


It’s Halloween, damn it.

We dress up, we eat sweets, we scare each other and we have fun.

Can we have fun one day a year, just one day a year, without a group, an organization, an association, a federation, a union or an NPO lecturing us?

What’s next?

The Ministry of the Family will get involved? The government is going to set up a committee to oversee Halloween?

I never thought I would say that, let alone write it, but I miss priests.

The real priests, with a cassock and a Roman collar.

At least, if we didn’t want to hear them, we just didn’t have to go to mass, we had peace.

  • Listen to the Martineau – Dutrizac meeting broadcast live every day at 11:23 a.m. via QUB-radio :

Whereas today, priests are everywhere.

Have you noticed ? We have never had so many priests since there are no more priests!

And they are interested in every aspect of our life.

What we eat. What we drink. How we move. What we are looking at. What we read. What we listen to. What makes us laugh. What excites us.

What name do we give to our children? What colors are their pajamas. How many centimeters there are between our thighs when we sit in the subway. What pronoun do we use when talking to our neighbour?

And how one should dress up on Halloween.

No sombreros! No feathers! No kimonos! No djellaba! No sugar! No crisps! No gendered clothes! No sexy costumes! No blood!

The list of prohibitions grows every day.

  • Listen to the Mathieu Bock-Côté and Richard Martineau meeting broadcast live every day at 10 a.m. via QUB-radio :


I am for equality between men and women. At 110%.

What’s good for Kitty should be good for Kitty.

We fight sexy nurse costumes on the pretext that they are… sexist? Perfect !

But let’s also fight the costumes of sexy firefighters, sexy policemen, sexy soldiers and sexy cowboys.

Let’s ban the group Village People!

Hey, let’s all carry sacks of potatoes on Halloween!

It’s good, potatoes! And that would be cool…


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