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A water park (Australia) has been called sexist after the implementation of a dress code that bans “cheeky” bikini bottoms. However, the park is her decision, and claims that the ban is not “gender specific.”
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Adventure World in Perth, australia, which describes itself as a “family-friendly” park,” an infographic released on its Facebook page to inform the guests that revealing bikini bottoms would not be permitted. The picture shows a “suitable bathing suit” options in full-back coverage, as well as two others, in a G-string, and a high-cut swimsuit to the soil variability, which have been banned now.
The image is also a word of warning: “don’t be rude.”
Not long after the park’s posted in the photo was flooded with comments, many of which are the so-called park is sexist and discriminatory.
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“And this is the reason why sexism still exists today,” one user wrote.
“The men are better, their nipples as well. Someone please think of the children!?” another person scoffed.
“Ha-HA, this is so stupid,” said another.
“Butt cheeks, it will scar your children. Stupidest thing I’ve ever seen,” someone else said.
The family-friendly water park and a ban on some bikini bottoms, and the enforcement of the new dress code is in keeping with the other theme parks in Australia.
“Thanks a lot for the control of women’s bodies, and Adventure World. The men’s version?” another asked.
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However, there have been several who have argued for the park’s actions, claiming that it is the small swimsuit bottoms are not appropriate for a family-oriented park.
“It’s nice to have something that is more for modesty and fit,” one person commented on the picture.
“I support this” Adventure World – Official Page!!! People have no manners these days,” one person wrote. “The Cover-up, and have respect for yourself and consideration for the other people who were also enjoying the park.”
“Well-made Adventure-World!! I think this is a good place!!” in a different way.
Adventure World, released a statement to the News.com.the au, which claims to be its rules, and in line with all the other theme parks in Australia.
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“Let’s not confuse the issue. This update is about the dress standards and dress standards are all alone. It’s not gender-specific, ” the statement said. “Adventure World is a family-friendly theme park. We will keep you up to date on changes and developments in the industry, and while this is not a decision to be taken lightly, and it is in line with the other parks in the country as a whole.”