I just wanted to applaud Southwest for responding to customer complaints by upholding their Contract of Carriage. They did not act illegally by censoring this girl, but responsibly, by taking action in light of complaints by other paying customers. I sure hope that this girl wins no money in court based on media hype or "discrimination" against someone who is free to dress the way they want. I have read hundreds of comments on multiple sites about this issue and people keep drawing comparisons of bikinis at beaches showing more skin or that people in favor of modest dress want women to wear burkas. That is ridiculous! It is not out of line to expect someone to not flash their panties when they sit down and cross their legs (she didn't make her case well on national television when she did just that!). Thanks Southwest for staying family friendly and standing behind your policy about lewd attire!
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