>>67892> While getting drunk at the neighborhood bar?
I mean, that's more respectful than all the miko gravure out there imo. If the organizers found it triggering
I'm sure they'd say in a tiny voice biinasu-chan sore dame desu, bow their head and ask her to wear the clothes she came in. It's not as if natalia or whatever her name is, is wearing anything resembling a yukata anyway.
> Those events are all from May-June (except last weekend’s drunk “event.”) She’s done nothing since then to take advantage of these “connections” (except maybe binge drink.)
Ah. Well, sucks for her. If she can't keep up her supposed e-fame schedule, I'm more of the opinion that she should go get herself a real job.>>67893
Not sure which of the two you are. Her attitude and bad sense of fashion is cringe, I agree. But Shinto isn't really a religion-religion for most. It's more a cultural thing for most of them. So I don't see how anyone (especially not a non-japanese) can find the act of just wearing a donki miko-costume to be insulting.