Celebs respond to sexist airline dress code


This past Sunday, a United Airlines gate agent prevented two girls from boarding a flight for wearing leggings. United said this was a part of the dress code policy for relatives and friends of employees who travel for free.  After social media got a hold of the news, many people including celebrities reacted to the incident. Seth Rogen quoted a tweet by United Airlines and tweeted “We here at @united are just trying to police the attire of the daughters of our employees! That's all! Cool, right?” Chrissy Teigen also chimed in and tweeted “I have flown united before with literally no pants on. Just a top as a dress. Next time I will wear only jeans and a scarf.” Comedian Sarah Silverman tweeted “I understand. I suggest u consider updating ur rules 4 friends & fam as they seem to apply mostly 2 females & are outdated.” United Airlines is standing by their offensive decision. Will you continue to fly with United Airlines after this?


-Tahshea LaBrew
Share This Post :
Tags : ,

No comments:

Twitter

recent

[display logoheader]

Popular Posts

Facebook Fanpage