In response to Anonymous, who thinks traditional Cherokee women may have looked like Liv Tyler in a Pocahontas costume, here's the proof:
Hmm. No feathers or leathers in any of these outfits, Anonymous. We're still waiting for you to provide the first shred of evidence that Tyler's costume isn't a pure stereotype.
Do you understand now why her costume is wrong, buddy? Or are you too dense to grasp the evidence in front of your face?
You're now losing the debate 14 examples to zero. I suggest you give up before I put my foot even further upside your butt.
For more on the subject, see Tricking or Treating Indians.