I have read most of the 180+ posts on this subject. I am convinced more today than ever that this society is so easily led.
I am a loyal Southwest customer along with all my fellow employees. We are free to pick our carrier and each of us chooses Southwest because of dependability, reliability, value and CUSTOMER SERVICE. I am sorry that the young lady in this situation made the choice she did. It was the CHOICE of this passenger to opt for removal from the flight, rather than adjust her attire. I am sure the reports have all stated that the customer was asked to pull her skirt down (so that, when in a seated position, she would not flash any of the other passengers). Forget who her employer is. Personally I find that to be some added hype to allow the media to make this into some sort of discrimination case toward a certain segment of the working populous. It is time to grow up and realize that individually, we can make any decision we want. The flip side to that is that there are always consequences; some good, some bad.
I would hope that if this becomes a legal matter that the judge presiding over the case would dismiss it as a frivolous waste of the courts time. There are so many more important things going on in this country.
I am happy to see that Southwest did not cave in to potential negative press. If you will not stand for anything, you tend to fall for everything.
I look foreword to my next flight on Southwest!
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