Disneyland/too much cleavage story? - Current Events . . . (2024)

Barb135

I guess opinions differ as to what constitutes "well covered" and what doesn't.It's really not true that larger chested women have a higher cleavage, unless we choose to make it that way via the support/undergarments.

I'msure there were probably dozens of people dressed more revealing than this woman, that day and while I don't consider her attire anything to be approaching her over, that doesn't change the fact that, in my opinion, she might have needed a slightly larger top or under garment to make sure she was adequately corralled.

It does sound like the Disney employee that approached her, might have been a "rogue", with their own opinion, rather than anyone official, with the authority to approach someone on something like that.

I agree that if they have a dress code, it should contain very clear terminology and be posted prominently at the entrance gate.

We see a lot of people running around here in, what looks like pj's, but it's actually, become street attire.I guess I'd rather see that than someone's boobs or butt hanging out (pants on the ground).I can only hope the fad of wearing the pants hanging low, will fade away soon... It might be, here, as we're seeing it somewhat less than we have in recent years.School dress codes forbid it.

As far as dress codes for school volunteers -- I have mixed feelings about that.If I had a child in school, I wouldn't want to see a volunteer show up in their classroom with a low cut top, short skirt (or shorts with butt hanging out), etc, particularly if the class were middle or high school. Parents volunteering should have enough sense to know what's appropriate attire around school children, just as those going to Disney should keep in mind that it's a family atmosphere and should dress accordingly.

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brice1967

I've watched women wearing the low rise jeans you mentioned and its true that they are always tugging at them, trying to get them up just a little higher.Seems easier to wear clothing that actually fits right.... I don't know.

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specialmom

YES!I've noticed that.What the heck is THAT about? I mean, I get embarrassed going into my back yard with my dog in pj pants when neighbors are out in the morning let alone going to the grocery store in them!

Sagging pants.LOLOh yes, that looks so uncomfortable and pretty ridiculous.

Ya know, for women there has been a trend of jeans that are low rise.Oh my gosh, I hate those.They feel so weird and I'm constantly tugging at them to pull them higher.Then they are too short!I also get tired of seeing a woman, neighbor, school volunteer, my niece --WhOMEVER wears these pants bend down and show me their plumber's crack!

When I was younger, pants were high up on your waste.They call those mom jeans now.But man . . . so much more comfortable.Bring back the mom jean!!

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brice1967

Has anyone noticed the new fad of wearing your pajamas in public?What gives with that?Nothing says you care less about your appearance than that, if you ask me.

Something else that drives me up the wall is "sagging".Kids walking around with their pants around their knees, basically....I don't understand it.It can't be comfortable and God forbid you had to flee an area in a big rush!(My youngest kid does this, but I've chosen to pick my battles with him.He gets good grades, has impeccable manners (other than the butt half out thing), is a boy scout just a couple steps away from achieving his Eagle....)

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specialmom

The sports bra mom was at our school.

specialmom

I saw a mom pick up her kids in a sports bra the other day.No joke.That's a little awkward.And inappropriate.

I was at Disney recently and boy, that place costs an arm and a leg but a fabulous family destination!My niece is working there and it was interesting to hear how employees are trained.She currently doesn't work in the park but did during a college internship.They are very strict on what employees wear even down to footwear.Oh, nothing ever revealing---even in the office environment that my niece now works in.It seems it all comes from Walt's vision of a family friendly place.

I kind of like that.

I see WAY too many women dressing so trashy and perhaps a large chested woman SHOULD be cognizant of what is possibly popping out.I know as a women, I try to present myself in a dignified way.

I saw the picture and didn't think this looked that bad but, in general,I really don't have a problem with a place trying to keep a certain atmosphere for the clientele.

I'm a fan of leaving something to the imagination.

I do think it is had to find volunteers at schools and an imposed dress code would possibly make that harder.Definitely. But really, I don't know what some are thinking when they go into environments in which setting an example is the idea.Our society has gotten so 'open and anything goes' that it's getting really tacky these days.

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mikesimon

She looked fine.
What a crock!

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teko

This is unrelated to the particular situation, but here in florida, some of the schools have come up with the bright idea of a dresscode for parents. Now on the surface that sounds like something we could all agree on right? I mean if it stands to reason that if we have a dresscode for our kids to abide by when on school grounds it only makes sense it should be across the board.

Problem I have with that is this. We need to remember how hard it is to get parental participation in the schools the way it is. Lets please not make it harder? You practically have to beg parents to become involved the way it is so lets not rock the boat. lol

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brice1967

I understand what you are saying Barb.But I swear that I see women, girls in particular wearing things far, far more revealing than this woman was wearing.

I bet I could have walked through Disney Land on that very day and found people wearing more revealing clothing.What bothers me most is, someone is walking around Disney Land trying to play Happyville's moral/decency compass.I'd bet that there were girls wearing shorts with half of their butt hanging out.Were they told to cover up?

If there is a dress code at Disney Land, it should be clearly defined at the front gates where tickets are sold, and if someone is in defiance of said rule, you should not sell tickets to that person.

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teko

Well. I gotta say, Im old as dirt and I saw nothing wrong with this womans top. Bigger chested women have higher cleavage than us little girls and frankly, I thought she was well covered. I think people make waaay to much of a big deal out of someones chest that they are not flaunting to begin with. Now if she is exposing her butt crack or groin area? That would be different.

I honestly see nothing wrong with the top she was wearing and thought it to be modest if anything. Nothing that showed intent to flaunt at all.

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Barb135

Being a lot older than most of you, I guess I'm probably a lot more modest than most women/girls are today.While I don't think someone who is large chested should have to wear turtle necks, I do think they should wear clothing that decently covers them, rather than showing a good portion of their chest.That goes for everyone, not just large chested women.Personally, I don't really care to see another woman's boobs, so cleavage is completely lost on me and in many cases, especially, if the woman is heavier, actually looks a bit "slu*tty".

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