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Erin Resists
Gay brothers and sisters, will approach you and let you know someone has complained about you holding hands on board. The crew will decide the best course of action. Cc:
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Royal Dutch Airlines Jul 18
Dear Erin, thank you for bringing this to our attention. First of all, we'd like to stress that we take this very seriously. We're currently investigating this reply as it totally does not represent our official point of view at all. (1/2)
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Royal Dutch Airlines Jul 18
We completely understand this reply is offending and we distance ourselves from it. (2/2)
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Erin Resists Jul 18
Replying to @KLM @stonewalluk
Glad to hear it. You might want to have a word with ‘Kimberly’ as well.
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loobyloveslife Jul 18
‘sensitive part’ ?!?! what if someone finds my hair ‘sensitive’ or my forearms or my legs , or just the fact I’m a female travelling in public ? Where is the line here ? I can not believe you are doubling down constantly on this. Absolutely shocking.
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Lisa O Sullivan Jul 18
So if a breastfeeding Mom complained about a same sex couple and the same sex couple complained about the breastfeeding Mom ..would you implode?
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Erin Resists Jul 18
Complaint inception!
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Tom Quinn® Jul 18
“We regret to inform you that we will be held on the runway until the spinny thing stops so that we can plan our response to your inquiry”
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Alan Taylor-Bennett Jul 19
Is this email genuine ? If so, please give more details about what behaviours may be regarded as prompting ‘some passengers possibly having a negative feedback’. Neither a breastfeeding mother, nor same sex couples, flying seem to present problems to safety.
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Erin Resists Jul 19
The email is genuine. It was sent to me.
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dave Jul 18
KLM, what is the plan if someone says they are offended by someone’s skin colour? Will you ask the person in question to cover themselves up too?
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brian lucey Jul 18
Or offended by say a Kippah. Or a turban . Or a headscarf. Will they have to put a bag over their heads ?
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brian lucey Jul 18
Next time I travel on I'm going to find someone to be offended at. Let's see what they do when I go 'oh, I find people in wheelchairs upset me' 😠
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Constantin Gurdgiev Jul 18
Let's go on one of their flights together. You can get offended at myself, I can get offended at you. We both can get offended at all & any other economists, finance profs, econometrics people, and general intellectuals that might be accommodating on board.
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brian lucey Jul 18
Replying to @GTCost @daveirl and 4 others
Also Kerrymen Russians Libertarians Quasisocialists Artists Philistines
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Constantin Gurdgiev Jul 18
Librarians! They are solidly offensive.
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Erin Resists Jul 18
Yeah. What’s with all the shushing?
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Constantin Gurdgiev Jul 18
See, we can turn brawling into Olympic-styled sport. We’ve got academia experience, where being offended is the steady state.
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Erika from America Jul 18
WHAT?!
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Erin Resists Jul 18
IKR? I think they are going to need a bigger shovel.
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R🌹se Warnas Jul 19
Why is it so hard to just cover yourself a bit whilst breastfeeding? 🤷‍♀️
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Erin Resists Jul 19
My kid will not tolerate anything over his head. He will pull it off. With young babies, it is a SIDS risk, especially on a plane. How about just letting women decide how they feed their babies, and not look at them if you don’t like it?
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