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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    According to the linked article, the question is whether it would have happened to a white woman. Or someone who thought they looked awesome and didn't require validation from cabin crew.
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    Loose clothing until you board, then BA pyjamas for the journey. Change back before landing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Loose clothing until you board, then BA pyjamas for the journey. Change back before landing.
    ....unless you're MF, and have to fly economy now....


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    Quote Originally Posted by greenlake View Post
    ....unless you're MF, and have to fly economy now....

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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    According to the linked article, the question is whether it would have happened to a white woman. Or someone who thought they looked awesome and didn't require validation from cabin crew.
    Ahhh, the race card! I was wondering when that would be played.

    Surely it's every woman's right to look like she turns tricks on the corner of Beverley and Wiltshire!

    To be fair, it probably costs a lot of money to look that cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zigenare View Post
    I was wondering when that would be played.
    Really? It's in the article linked to on the first post. She complains that it wouldn't have happened to a white woman, and that she felt body shamed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Really? It's in the article linked to on the first post. She complains that it wouldn't have happened to a white woman, and that she felt body shamed.
    And she has what evidence that it would not have happened to a person of a different race? was there a person of a different race on that same flight wearing similar that did not get asked to cover up?

    Possibly it is body shaming but back in one place I worked there was a rather 'cuddly' lady - but in summer you had to hope she would wear pants as if she wore a skirts you could smell her clunge from 5 feet away.


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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Loose clothing until you board, then BA pyjamas for the journey. Change back before landing.
    I thought they stopped that? Am flying SWISS today and I believe we get PJs for the long haul leg.

    For boarding I am wearing a silk LK Bennett skirt and a Next cotton t-shirt. I have just dropped chickpeas on the skirt while in The T2 Senator Lounge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladymuck View Post
    I thought they stopped that? Am flying SWISS today and I believe we get PJs for the long haul leg.

    For boarding I am wearing a silk LK Bennett skirt and a Next cotton t-shirt. I have just dropped chickpeas on the skirt while in The T2 Senator Lounge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladuk View Post
    No undies again?
    Your ban finally finished then?


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