|freedoom - 2010-10-09 |
Wait, was she hired to play a character? It kind of makes sense that the character should be in costume and the people in costume shouldn't be able to accessorize as they see fit even if it is a religious item. Now if she was hired to sell mickey shaped ice cream bars then let her wear what ever she wants.
One of the things Disney wanted to avoid was the disheveled look of the employees of other parks or carnivals.
Every employee seen by the public in the park, from the guy selling Hotdogs to the girl dressed as Jasmine, signs up as a "cast member" that has to follow strict uniform and behavior rules.
Showing no religious belief while "in character" is part of the deal.
|Sundry - 2010-10-09 |
Disneyland REALLY cares about what you wear when you become a "cast member".
All those big costumes? Each costume comes with its own underwear that you have to wear.
|jreid - 2010-10-09 |
I never thought I'd say something like this, but I'm on Disney's side here from what the video presents. They basically say "no religious material of any kind" - so no crosses or druid robes either.
No yarmulkes, I'm sure.
Bullshit news stories like this really diminish the seriousness of all the real anti-muslim discrimination that's rampant right now.
|kennydra - 2010-10-09 |
ameera is a hottie.
5 for ameera!
|Bisekrankas - 2010-10-09 |
Whats wrong with his voice
"What happpund was naught so mägicaul"
|Slagathor - 2010-10-09 |
likewise, they probably could fire a woman who shaved her head or had dreadlocks installed.
|duck&cover - 2010-10-09 |
Raspberry beret, the kind U find in a second-hand store.
|cognitivedissonance - 2010-10-10 |
They could've put her in Adventureland. She could run Indiana Jones as Sallah's daughter or something.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-10-10 |
I don't get it. Isn't that the same thing she was wearing before?
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