Offred, a.k.a. June from The Handmaid's Tale, should be listed under costumes to never dress up in under any circumstances, period. 

The third season of the Hulu series just dropped, and one fan of the show chose to celebrate in a tactless way. Kylie Jenner threw a Handmaid's Tale–themed party this weekend in honor of her best friend's birthday and, assumedly, the start of the third season. 

In Gilead, the dystopian and hyper-religious future America of The Handmaid's Tale, women are treated as sex slaves meant only to bear children. The context of the show goes well beyond a frivolous costume and party, and people took to Twitter to call out Jenner's tone-deaf approach to her so-called "favorite show ever." 

Jenner's party was complete with the symbolic red robes for all of her friends to wear, and her multimillion-dollar Calabasas home was transformed into the problematic future dystopia Gilead. 

Before taking off on a party bus for bestie Anastasia Karanikolaou, the reality star gathered all of her friends for a dinner and pre-party at her house, which was decorated to look like the creepy future dystopian America, Gilead. 

One person shared Jenner's videos from her Instagram Story that show off the extravagant decorations and costumes from her party. "It’s 2019, and Kylie Jenner is hosting a “Handmaid’s Tale” themed birthday party...SIS...," the tweet reads. 

People were really disappointed with the beauty mogul's choice of party theme. 

"Kylie Jenner throwing her friend a Handmaid’s Tale themed birthday party complete with robes, Gilead flags, 'Praised be' vodka and 'Under his eye' tequila is so tone deaf, at any time, but especially when women’s rights and autonomy are particularly under attack. Disheartening," one person shared on Twitter. 

The Hulu series is highly regarded for its feminist themes and commentary on corrupt politics. But despite fans' love for the show, it's definitely not something to be made into a joke or a party. 

Jenner's wealthy friends quoted the show, and the billionaire hired "Marthas" to greet guests at the entrance. 

"Praise be, ladies. Welcome! Welcome!" Jenner exclaimed as her friends made their way inside the party. The Handmaids are an oppressed group of women who are treated like cattle, and the "Martha" characters are like house slaves in the horrifying dystopian future. The symbolism in the show has a deeper context than this party Jenner threw, and people were not about it. 

People think that Jenner clearly has no idea what the show really means. 

"Who wants to be the one to explain Handmaids tale to Kylie Jenner," someone asked in a tweet. A person who claims to be a true fan of the series should understand the show's disturbing themes well enough to know that this party was wildly inappropriate. This party was a testament to Jenner's undeniable privilege. 

The series dropped at a highly relevant moment, which makes this party's timing even more cringe-worthy. 

This person on Twitter shared a meme of Obama shaking his head disapprovingly with the tweet, "Kylie Jenner out here throwing a Handmaids Tale themed party while women's rights are under threat daily." With abortion bans being introduced nationwide, the series feels especially relevant, and Jenner's party feels especially insensitive. 

The author of the book on which the show is based, Margaret Atwood, would be wholly disappointed. 

Atwood created the 1985 novel as a commentary on corrupt politics and how far a country could go if conservative, hyper-religious ideals went mainstream. Jenner's party is not exactly the kind of response that this series should have evoked. "I’m screaming!!! How and why did Kylie Jenner have a handmaids tale party and manage to hypersexualize the freaking red robes —THIS IS THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT MARGARET ATWOOD WANTED," one person wrote on Twitter.  

Scott Disick's girlfriend, Sofia Richie, also attended. The two posed in their red robes, bonnets, and drank "Praise Be" drinks. 

Jenner shared this selfie with Richie as the two drank "Praise Be" vodka cocktails. Jenner certainly left no stone unturned, and pulled from many details of the series for the party theme. If only she had chosen a carefree series to create a party theme, but unfortunately that was not the case.