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Two ten-year-old girls were prohibited from a United flight for putting on leggings. Cenk Uygur as well as Ana Kasparian, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you why. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

" United Airlines on Sunday defended an entrance agent's choice to prevent 2 girls from a trip due to the fact that they were wearing leggings, a choice that drew a wave of high-profile criticism as well as customer risks to finish service with the airline company.

The event happened at Denver global flight terminal and was reported by Shannon Watts, the founder of the weapon safety and security group Moms Demand Activity, on Twitter. Watts stated she saw two ladies quit from boarding a trip to Minneapolis by an entrance representative.

" She's compeling them to transform or place gowns on over leggings or they can't board," Watts created. "Considering that when does United authorities ladies's clothing?"

According to Watts, eviction representative after that claimed "she doesn't make the rules, simply follows them". Watts said "a 10-year-old lady in gray leggings" that "looked regular as well as suitable" was required to alter her apparel prior to boarding."

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67 comments

  1. Posted by kameron, at Reply

    I dont think young girls should wear leggings going to be honest.

    • Posted by Stephen Colbert, at Reply

      Why does your question to the opinion matter?

    • Posted by Trollop 7, at Reply

      Stephen Colbert: _”Why does your question to the opinion matter?”_
      New rules.

    • Posted by AgentDearestZ, at Reply

      +Kay Keyword pedophiles. You should punish the pedos not the girl. The girl did nothing wrong so she shouldn’t kick her out cause of them.

  2. Posted by eliw 6965, at Reply

    Properly clothed means so guys like Milo and Jared don’t get turned on.

    • Posted by Just another Youtube commenter, at Reply

      Who’s Jared?

  3. Posted by Robert Thomas, at Reply

    land of the free

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      Xyzzyi: Actually, it IS expressly stated to employees. They have a written policy. It says “no form fitting clothes”. All employees know (or should know) the policy.

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      mrbadguysan – Using legal bankruptcy protection in no way requires a company to change free pass policies to reflect the US Constitution. In fact, their right to have them is protected by the Constitution. (As for the bankruptcy, at least it was legitimate and not a business plan, like Trump).

    • Posted by Edi2003, at Reply

      Jim is the man Are those children employees?

    • Posted by TehHijack, at Reply

      If the airline is allowing you to use a free pass then you are representing the airline and you must follow their rules.

  4. Posted by Michael Hernandez, at Reply

    “”STOP HER SHE HAS LEGGINGS!” Has said no one ever until this

    • Posted by Jim is the man, at Reply

      I’m anti dress-codes, but if you’re flying on a free-pass… my airline, my rules.

    • Posted by Nick A, at Reply

      J Briggs golf course?? You’re nothing more than an elitist pos… Or just a boring person

    • Posted by Peter S, at Reply

      Nick A, golfing at a club costs less than a plane ticket. You’re nothing more than a dolt.

  5. Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

    Cenk was rightfully kicked out. Airlines don’t fly buffaloes.

    • Posted by Ballroomized, at Reply

      Old white turd. Really, you are so jealous of Cenk you can’t stay on point? The story is about two young girls being turned away for wearing leggings and you go after Cenk’s weight? How does your mind work? Are you secretly attracted to Cenk?

    • Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

      +Ballroomized Why would i be jealous? That i am not a buffalo ? Cenk was the one who bragged about being banned in an airliner in the video. So i was responding to why he was banned,you dummy.

    • Posted by The Young Turds, at Reply

      +Ballroomized So a person who hates the smell of rotting sewage secretly loves it ? Thats the logic you are using to claim i am secretly attacked to junk

    • Posted by acceptjesusorburn, at Reply

      That’s how I know Cenk was lying about the plane. Buffaloes travel by migrating in a herd.

  6. Posted by JoiLove, at Reply

    If you see a little girl in leggings and find that inappropriate you’re probably a pedophile. Nothing’s exposed and there’s nothing to look at so I don’t see the big deal.

    • Posted by 69blitzkrieger, at Reply

      You have every right to disagree with UAL. That also gives you the “right” to not be able to fly on their free passes.

    • Posted by 69blitzkrieger, at Reply

      They had a problem with leggings because “form-fitting clothing” is prohibited in the pass travel dress code. Want to fly free? Follow the rules. Want to be free to dress any way YOU deem appropriate? Pay for your ticket.

    • Posted by WBHY, at Reply

      Either you just responded to yourself 5 times or someone has been deleting comments… who is that dirty birdie?

    • Posted by Bobbius Shadow, at Reply

      sure, why not…..just dress like a hoe, if that’s what you like

  7. Posted by Victor Gear, at Reply

    There should be nothing sexual about leggings on a little girl. And yet, something tells me, that’s what United flight attendant was thinking of. Sick.

    • Posted by J Briggs, at Reply

      norgi you are an idiot. It’s not about children. There is a specific dress code for everyone and the children broke it.

    • Posted by norgi, at Reply

      I already said they are free to have have their dresscode. Does not change the fact that the dress code is sexualizing children. And that dress code can and should be criticized. end of discussion.

    • Posted by SJkid39, at Reply

      norgi it is 100% not sexualizing children. They have a rule of no leggings. Stop jumping to wild conclusions. Again if this story was about a boy, it would have never made headlines, because many people have had to change when using an employee pass before.

    • Posted by norgi, at Reply

      The reasons they have that rule for leggings, is the same reason conservative muslim womans have to wear burkas. Because they think it is to sexy and distracting/tempting. If people think that is an acceptable way of thinking in the context of a child, well you can believe what you want. However if you then ever criticize children wearing burkas you are a hypocrite.

  8. Posted by z3nkin, at Reply

    Americans always dress like crap when they are traveling. It’s so annoying btw.

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band – I’m a 48 year old woman, not a 10 year old child, and I wear loose fit yoga pants. That said, leggings are NOT tights. Tights are pretty much colored panty hose, whereas leggings are cotton/lycra pants. Huge difference.

    • Posted by Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band, at Reply

      wickednwyld
      Did I say anything about makeup, fake nails, or heels? Actually, yes. If you read instead of picking a fight, you’d have noticed that I mentioned not having to be totally fancied up. You’re not Peg Bundy, afterall. My point is that clothing is an expression of yourself. When you dress poorly in public, it says that you don’t care. And when people don’t care, we end up with someone like Donald Trump for president!

    • Posted by Prep's Casket, at Reply

      Lu Sapphire and the Muffin Button Band stfu

    • Posted by Bobbius Shadow, at Reply

      leggings are for tramps

  9. Posted by surmon11, at Reply

    TSA practically makes you get naked anyway… Why bother being covered up!

    • Posted by rafardzrba, at Reply

      haha, i was thinking that also.

    • Posted by wickednwyld, at Reply

      surmon11 -I’m awaiting the day everyone has to change into those paper hospital johnnies before boarding. The airlines will make a fortune charging $20 for a matching paper robe to cover your a$$ in flight!

    • Posted by 騎士熊, at Reply

      surmon11 My family used to go to nudist resorts…..wont bother me lol

  10. Posted by AgentDearestZ, at Reply

    Little did you know, the tsa agent was protecting her from right wing molesters on the flight.

    • Posted by thescopedogable, at Reply

      Shadow X under every single Tyt video there are triggered white supremacists yelling Muslims Muslims Muslims

    • Posted by Eliza Miller, at Reply

      AgentDearestZ she was protecting her from Josh Duggar.

    • Posted by Eliza Miller, at Reply

      Futurism Fundamentalist Muslims are conservative/right wing.

    • Posted by Bobbius Shadow, at Reply

      Eliza Miller
      true, Muslims are ultra conservative by definition

  11. Posted by Хлоя Марш, at Reply

    They couldn’t get on the plane with leggings because it violated the dress code for their buddy pass system. People who use the system aren’t actually paying for their flight. United has the right to set a dress code for them because they’re using a company pass. If they were normal paying customers they could have gotten on no problem. But that doesn’t gel with the feminist agenda of women being no different than Jews in Nazi Germany so they don’t wanna admit they’re wrong. *Cry Moar Feminazi trash!*

    • Posted by Nick Barone, at Reply

      Wrong, there is no details in the dress code. Furthermore what is wrong with leggings ?

    • Posted by Curtis Smale, at Reply

      Mira: Yoga pants ARE sexual and ten year olds can APPEAR to be look like post pubescents.
      BlueCapitalist: Apparently you do not read. I said you can make the offer. I did not say I’d take it.
      Psy: And their labor contract has a dress code.

    • Posted by Curtis Smale, at Reply

      Austin: But if I’m a white man I’m wrong no matter what, right? That is the problem with feminism. Since I have ‘privilege’ I am just plain wrong and have to listen to those without.

  12. Posted by fidorover, at Reply

    Of course, a couple wearing matching Sponge Bob pajamas — eating a Cinnabon the size of a Fiat — walked right past the girls and boarded without incident.

    • Posted by Renee Jarvis, at Reply

      PhysicsDude55 where did it say that the family in the PJs had buddy passes as well? where?

    • Posted by AC Padilla, at Reply

      fidorover were they United pass riders also?

  13. Posted by J Figs, at Reply

    The dress code rule applies to all airlines’ employees. Growing up, my dad worked for the airline industry, and you knew you had to dress nicely when you travelled. It’s a lame rule, but whatever, it’s a small price to pay for flying for next to nothing.

    • Posted by Knuxiefan, at Reply

      girls leggings fit like pants though. they have no curves.
      g.nordstromimage.com/ImageGallery/store/product/Large/5/_8096225.jpg

    • Posted by Mending Wall, at Reply

      I understand that but the father had on shorts. 😕

    • Posted by Primalxbeast, at Reply

      Jason Smith As far as I know, the family didn’t even complain, it was just some busy buddy in line who decided to have a temper-tantrum even though it didn’t affect her.

    • Posted by JoshIsFlying, at Reply

      Everton Barbosa United Pass Rider Dress Code states shorts no more than three inches above knees are allowed. Form fitting pants and shirts are not allowed.

    • Posted by JoshIsFlying, at Reply

      Liu Kang Not sure where you got that dress code. United’s employee pass rider dress code states that form fitting shirts and pants are not allowed.

  14. Posted by Raf Amador, at Reply

    american sharia. im telling you.

    • Posted by Raf Amador, at Reply

      +Melanoma Trump

  15. Posted by Ethan Bianchi, at Reply

    I just want to point out that these seats/tickets for the girls and their family were free, and were only to be free under the criteria and circumstances listed in their code of conduct. These weren’t just regular tickets/passengers that they’re criticizing, if they’re a company that doesn’t want to be represented by skin-tight clothing on people then the privilege to represent the company is revoked from those people.

    Buy your ticket instead of getting the free one and you aren’t held to the same standards as representing the company.

    If I wore leggings to the same scenario they’d probably do the exact same thing. Your freedom of expression is not valid when you are the voice/face/representative for a company and have signed away that right through the code of conduct or prior agreement.

    • Posted by Gee EL, at Reply

      Pass tickets are only free for immediate family. You still have to pay for buddy passes but they are dirt cheap and you have to fly standby.

    • Posted by Eliza Miller, at Reply

      J Briggs That info changes nothing.

  16. Posted by Bobby Fuesz, at Reply

    I’ve flown on buddy passes, it’s not the same rules as when you pay for your seat. Anna, this isn’t a free speech issue, they were flying for free on a company plane. You’re wrong.
    If I fly you for free on my private plane I can say “no leggings or get the hell out.”.
    Edit: to be clear, if this was a government-run airline I would completely agree with you; but it’s not.

    • Posted by MrG0TH1ER, at Reply

      Bobby Fuesz
      No one said they did not have the right to do it. But it is useless nonsense.
      We are more than justified in judging them and making fun of them.

    • Posted by Bobby Fuesz, at Reply

      MrG0TH1ER well that’s certainly true and of course it’s all subjective discretion, which is an issue. I just feel like this is a non story that’s brought Internet fury that’s once again out of context.

  17. Posted by Rob Cloud, at Reply

    My dad worked for united airlines and I’ve traveled with these passes. And I as a 15 year old boy was stopped because I wasn’t wearing dress shoes. This has been a thing for a while. It’s not just for girls. It is a stupid dress code I’ve hated it for a long time.

    • Posted by Kashika Ragoonanan, at Reply

      I got stopped once for wearing Jeans when I was maybe around 7, or younger. It’s a stupid rule.