Blatant hypocrisy of Disney World’s “cover-up” rules for park-goers


Get Moana a one-piece suit. Find Princess Jasmine a sweater to tie around her waist. And King Triton really needs to give his poor daughters a clothing budget so they don’t have to be swimming in the void all the time. At least that’s what some of the famous Disney princesses would demand if they wanted to go to Walt Disney World.

The viral TikTok video of a woman who broke the Florida park’s dress code has reopened a long-running debate: Is it fair that the House of Mouse requires its guests to wear certain clothes, given what its characters wear carry the screen? And how does anyone, even the world’s best known provider of family entertainment, define “family friendly” at this point in history? Blatant hypocrisy of Disney World’s “cover-up” rules for park-goers

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