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Let's see how many problems we can identify in this image:
1) The Halloween-style costume implies anyone can become Native just by donning the right clothing. This message is constantly reinforced by non-Natives pretending to be Indians in movies and TV shows, Thanksgiving pageants, and sporting events.
2) It fetishizes Native women as exotic sex objects.
3) It associates Eskimos with the usual stereotypical symbols: a fur-lined parka, snow and ice, and a polar bear. The rounded lumps in the background may be stylized igloos.
For more on the subject, see Eskimos: The Ultimate Aborigines.