Male flight attendants wearing makeup. “LGBT-only” flights.
It seems like the demands of LGBT activists have taken over the travel world – with no signs of slowing down.
And right when you thought flying couldn’t get even more over the top – wait until you hear what airlines have pledged to do now.
By 2024, all major U.S. airlines have vowed to add a “non-binary” option for customers when purchasing airfare – in order to appease those who don’t “identify” as male or female.
Apparently, passengers are offended when asked to choose either male or female…
… so the airlines are placating their gender dysphoria.
Paddle Your Own Kanoo reports:
“In addition to the traditional gender identifiers of ‘male’ and ‘female’, some airlines have started to include ‘X’ which shows that the passenger is either non-binary, intersex or gender non-conforming. Some airlines also include a fourth ‘U’ gender marker for undisclosed.
Airlines for America, a trade group that represents some of the biggest U.S. airlines including American, Delta and United Airlines says its members have agreed to update their IT systems within the next two years.”
This latest change joins the host of other LGBT accommodations – like Alaska Airlines having “gender neutral” uniforms and “pronoun pins” so you’ll know how to properly address each flight attendant according to their “gender identity” pronoun.
Or United Airlines boasting that male flight attendants can now wear makeup.
Remember – United Airlines actually hosted an all-LGBT flight – and only allowed those who “identified” as LGBT to staff the flight from pilot to the ground crew.
But while airlines are obsessed with catering to the small number of Americans who “identify” as “non-binary” – operational meltdowns continue to happen at airports all around the country.
Even Biden’s administration was forced to admit airlines aren’t keeping their schedules – prompting a threat for compliance.
Maybe airline execs should focus their efforts on getting their planes up and running consistently – instead of worrying if some LGBT activist will be upset they can only choose male or female when booking their flight.
And we can thank Biden for this “new normal” – since he led the charge when he allowed Americans to choose “X” on their U.S. passports if they don’t “identify” as male or female.
If the airlines keep bowing down to the LGBT agenda – there’s no telling how crazy things could get.
What are your thoughts on passengers being able to book a ticket as “non-binary”?
Do you think the LGBT madness in the travel industry has gone too far?
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