TikTok Influencer “Body-Shamed” And Kicked Out Of Disneyland For Showing Too Much Skin

A cosplayer and Disneyland fan recently posted on TikTok claiming that she had been “body shamed” by cast members when at the theme park for wearing workout clothing that showed off her midriff and arms. User, imlacikaysomers by no means was exposing herself inappropriately, rather she’s just an attractive and filled out woman and someone at Disney couldn’t handle it.

Overall, the 30-year-old was certainly covering up more than some with her leggings, but Disneyland’s dress code explicitly bans clothing that “exposes excessive portions of the skin that may be viewed as inappropriate for a family environment,” and for some unknown reason, many consider women’s stomachs to be inappropriate.

The TikTok video has been viewed over 56.6k times with nearly 5k comments, and comments are mostly split down the middle with some saying this was a huge overreaction by Disney and others saying that she needed to “be respectful of other people.”

imlacikaysomers via TikTok

One person wrote, “I feel like I’ve seen girls wearing less there, that’s odd. they’re just hatin!”

“All you did was look perfect,” another commented, while a third said, “You got hit for jealousy!”

As one commenter pointed out, however, “Buy a shirt, there is a dress code.. follow it or leave.”

On Disney’s website, the company states that it “reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other guests.” So there are some dress code guidelines that one must follow if they want to ride Space Mountain undisturbed.

In fact, the website provides several explicit examples, from “Excessively torn clothing” to clothing with “obscene language or graphics.” They also note that Disney cast members are within their rights to refuse entry to anyone they consider to be wearing “inappropriate” clothing, even if the items aren’t on the banned clothing list. So I guess that means at Disney Land, your outfit is under the judgment of what Disney workers think is or isn’t appropriate.