Texas Hawaiian Shirt

Texas Hawaiian Shirt

Texas Hawaiian Shirt

The Hawaiian Shirt is a perfect option for any occasion. Wear it to the beach, out on your day-to—it’s versatile and fun! The colorful pattern will put you in good spirits no matter what kind of moody weather we’re having that particular season; plus this attire isn’t just great with guys but also girls who want some extra flair 

Texas Hawaiian Shirt
Texas Hawaiian Shirt


Members of the Proud Boys in Texas seem to be co-opting the iconic Buc-ee’s grinning beaver logo as an identifying symbol of their organization, Texas Monthly reported last week.

Members of the Liberal Women of Collin County who attended a Pride Month event in North Texas last month were met by a group of Proud Boys had shown up to menace the event, brandishing weapons while shouting “groomers” at attendees. The incident was the latest in a string of attempts by far-right groups to link LGBTQ events to child grooming and pedophilia.

During the event, several of the attending Proud Boys members donned face coverings depicting Bucky the beaver, a generally beloved symbol across Texas.

The group was also photographed wearing Bucky masks while counter-protesting outside the NRA convention in Houston in May, according to a recent Salon report, which also detailed Proud Boys members wearing red Buc-ees-themed neck gaiters at a Frisco City Council meeting designating June as Pride month.

Texas Proud Boys’ adoption of Bucky’s image is only the latest example of white supremacists adopting easily recognizable pop-culture symbols to assert their place in mainstream political and cultural discourse, said Heidi Beirich, Ph.D., founder and leader of the Global Project Against Hate and Extremism and the former leader of Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Report and Hatewatch blog.

“It’s this idea that you need to get yourself dressed in mainstream clothing, and seep into society without being readily identified as a ‘bad guy,’ that people in the white supremacist movement have been aware of for a long time,” Beirich said.

Beirich pointed to Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke’s co-opting of popular skateboarding brand No Fear, Inc as an example of extremism latching onto popular mainstream culture. In 2000, No Fear, Inc. sued David Duke after his launch of a white nationalist organization called NOFEAR, an acronym for the National Organization For European American Rights.

Using pop culture symbols like Buc-ee’s and Fred Perry—the black and yellow T-shirts that have become synonymous with the Proud Boys—is just the latest iteration of Duke’s same strategy.

“It’s both asserting that you’re part of the mainstream and signaling to others what your politics are,” Beirich explained.

Another popular brand that has seen its products “hatejacked” in recent years is Pit Viper Sunglasses, whose signature polarized shades have been adopted by Nick Fuentes of the “Groyper’ white nationalist movement and Kelly Neidert of North Texas’s Protect Texas Kids as symbols of their movements. Pit Viper has taken pains to distance itself from hate-driven ideologies.

“We have never had contact with these people and do not know who they are,” Jeff Nadalo, the general counsel of Buc-ee’s, told Texas Monthly, adding: “No third party is going to prevent us from providing clean bathrooms equally to all people.”

Neither Buc-ee’s nor Pit Viper Sunglasses immediately responded to requests for comment.

Texas Hawaiian Shirt
Texas Hawaiian Shirt

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