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American Apparel Bikini Harrassment

July 31, 2014 2 min read

There’s been a buzz around an American Apparel controversy, this time, from an experience that one of their loyal customers had. Basically, here’s what happened: 30 year old barrista Lisa Conn went for a dip at her local pool wearing an American Apparel bikini, or at least, she tried to before a security guard told her off because of her “inappropriate attire”. After some ridiculing and a bathing suit inspection by a lifeguard Conn was finally able to swim, the next day she went through the same process and was kicked out of the pool. Even after Philly’s Parks and Rec coordinator confirmed that Conn didn't break any rules, they didn't offer an apology or a solution. Screen Shot 2014-07-28 at 5.13.09 PM This whole story, to me, is just ridiculous. I don’t think it even warrants the attention that it’s getting because it seems like a ridiculous event to occur in the first place. Her attire was found inappropriate (not exactly sure why, because it’s fairly tame from what I can see), and some people have suggested that she just bite the bullet and wear something else. There’s definitely merit in that suggestion, but I’m trying to imagine if it was me in her place; if I had just been humiliated publicly for a swimsuit that I thought was cute, and had probably cost me a pretty penny, personally, I’d complain. Also, taking to social media is not the worst route you can go, especially after going through other channels to no avail. Really, I’d probably b*itch on twitter far before I’d think to talk to city counsellors, so I've got to take Lisa Con’s side on this one – stop the body policy. Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_103522" align="alignnone" width="100"]snapchat code @BodyRockTV[/caption]

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