A partygoer was banned from an on-campus University Halloween party because he wore a Grim Reaper costume involving dark face paints — apparently breaking strict safe space rules on Halloween costumes. Ryan Lytwyn, 22, a recent graduate of Edinburgh University, was barred from entering a party organised by Edinburgh University Students’ Association (EUSA) due to his “offensive” demon costume. The ex-student was wearing black robes with a hood, and had covered his face in a mixture of black, white, and red face paint. Whilst queueing to get into the party, Ryan was approached by EUSA staff and told that he had to remove the face paint as it “could be offensive” to black people. The graduate explained how he tried to defend his case and argue that he wasn’t dressing up to offend black people. Despite that the Union officers defending the so-called ‘safe space’ were not interested and told him that as long as he wore “offensive” face paint, he was barred from the venue. Speaking to Breitbart London Ryan Lytwyn said “I told the SU staff it was ridiculous. I was clearly dressed up for Halloween as a demon – I had black, white and red face paint
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