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Model Claims She Was Humiliated After Being Told to Cover Up Her Breasts at a Theme Park




Do big breasts make you uncomfortable? According to model Whitney Page Venable, there are some people that feel that way. She says she felt ‘humiliated and ashamed’ after being asked to cover up at a theme park. 

The 26-year-old was all set to have a nice day out at Universal Studios in Florida in June of 2021. She arrived wearing a white crop top and a pair of mint green shorts. When she tried to get in, an employee at the door told her she would have to cover up her cleavage if she wanted to gain admission.  

She noticed that there were other women wearing similar outfits that were being let into the park. She was mortified by the exchange. This wasn’t the first time that she had been discriminated against for her curvy shape. 

“I felt humiliated and embarrassed. I was told I had to change my top to be able to enter. I think it’s because I have naturally big breasts and it makes people uncomfortable, but as far as I know my clothing wasn’t against the rules,” Venable said. 

Venable ended up going back to her car and putting a more conservative top over the one she was wearing.

“I ended up putting on another top over the sports bra, my friend had another top in the car. But I ended up taking it off later on in the park because it was hot and ugly and the fact I was judged really pissed me off,” she said. 

Smaller women can wear whatever they want- having big breasts, however, gets sexualized. 


This wasn’t the first time Venable made headlines due to discrimination over her looks. Last year, she claimed she was banned on Twitter for being ‘too hot’. Supposedly people reported her sexy shots because they were ‘jealous’ of her beauty.

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Is Venable’s problem a case of discrimination? Or should she have toned it down for the amusement park? What do you think?

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