The Orange Curtain is a term that refers to the border between Orange County and Los Angeles County in the U.S. state of California. It is a sometimes derogatory, sometimes lighthearted term, that is used to describe Orange County's more conservative and suburban population as compared to the more liberal and urban population of Los Angeles. The Orange Curtain is a word play on the infamous Iron Curtain which separated communist and capitalist Europe.
According to Colleen Cotter, "Because [Orange County] has a reputation for political conservatism, people from Northern California especially worry about what happens 'Behind the Orange Curtain'."
Karin Aguilar-San Juan describes the Orange Curtain as being between 1890 and 1950, as "the region's controlling elite also embraced a John Birch-style ideology of white supremacy and small government.
The song "Orange County Girl" by Gwen Stefani uses this term, stating "I guess behind the orange curtain it's not so bad."
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"this is my BFF Courage. it is Tony's (a ward member) dog. he is a champ."
"I traded a tie for this tie"
"I made Chicken Tacos! I can actually cook pretty well, my comp cleans and I cook haha"