To the one who thinks a person should be able to wear anything they feel comfortable in as a matter of freedom of expression...
If I feel comfortable wearing a thong and a barely there swimsuit top onto an airplane, would that not be indecent? There is a line that ought not to be crossed. Apparently to some on this blog, it's anything goes. Those who are so quick to point out their disdain for Christians and families who care if their sons and daughters are morally assaulted by scantily clad women (everywhere, certainly not a problem exclusive to air travel), your moral decision to defend a woman dressed indecently infringes upon the morals of those who disagree. So for Southwest to err on the side of upholding moral decency, kudos!
Let's remember, a private business has the right to refuse service to ANYONE and the right to ask you to put on a t-shirt, wear shoes, etc. It's certainly not discrimination, persecution or a violation of civil rights to ask a young woman wearing a micro-mini that shows her underwear (or worse, a lack thereof) to cover-up!
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