The Disney Tittie Test: Casting Call Requires “Real Breasts” Only

Keira Knightley had to wear a bodice so tight to “enhance” her breasts, she could only have it on for 10 minutes at a time without passing out.

Oh, Disney. Via Big Hollywood, we find the company put out a casting call for the newest Pirates of the Caribbean flick not only explicitly banning fake breasts, but warning that actors will be forced to prove it:

The filmmakers sent out a casting call last week seeking “beautiful female fit models. Must be 5ft7in-5ft8in, size 4 or 6, no bigger or smaller. Age 18-25. Must have a lean dancer body. Must have real breasts. Do not submit if you have implants.”

And they warn that there’ll be a “show and tell” day.

And what will this “show and tell” consist of, do you ask? They’ll be asked to literally run in place during their audition to “prove” the authenticity of their breasts.

Regardless of how one feels about breast implants, no person should have to be subjected to that kind of invasive and degrading bullshit. It’s not that surprising to see Disney hold the same old ridiculous standards of beauty to fit the bill for female roles in their film, but a tittie test? Really? 

This is not to mention Disney extends its apparent regard for women to the Pirates attraction at Disney World too. I was there in November and it was disturbing, to say the least. So fake boobs don’t make the cut, but sexual slavery is a-okay for your kids’ viewing. Nice.

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