[Roundup] Change to American Airlines Banned Ticketing Practices

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  1. That outfit is perfectly fine for other public indoor settings, such as a mall, arena or movie theater, so it’s fine for an airplane. I’m not sure why airlines think they have to be the dress code enforcers.

  2. Usually when I see pictures people took of what they were wearing when they were dress coded, I assume they were wearing it in a completely inappropriate way and “fixed” it before taking the selfie to “prove” they were wearing something appropriate

  3. Why is it seem just women who get dress coded? Is it because men cover themselves and do not show their bellybuttons? I think we should have men be able to go topless and wear hot pants like women do. A man d should be able to wear a Speedo to show off his package just like a women shoes of the girls. This way everyone will look like they are at the nudist beach rather then in a private owned aircraft. Don’t like the rules don’t fly. Play stupid games with wearing sluty clothes. Win stupid prizes

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