A Disney Twitter thread went viral this week after many fans called for an inappropriate T-shirt to be banned from the beloved parks. The shirts – which are not an official Disney product – have the theme park community divided.

Earlier in the week, a picture of a couple wearing some sexually inappropriate shirts at the theme park went viral. The shirts, which featured the trademark Disney “D,” had one saying, “I gave her the D” and the other saying, “I wanted the D.”

The shirts are not sold by the Disney company and are very popular on Etsy and Amazon.

Sam Carter, the man who tweeted the photo, is a former creative designer for the media company and in a couple hours he had the Disney fandom fighting over whether these shirts should be allowed in the parks.

One fan wrote, “If they banned these shirts from ever being allowed in a Disney park again I wouldn’t be mad.” Others responded with gifs sharing their disgust at the inappropriate joke. They took to Twitter and said that these types of shirts are not right for a family friendly theme park.

Another fan took to the Twitter and said, “Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park.”

While many fans were disgusted at the sexual innuendo, others responded and said that there was no need for the ban. They said that the shirts are only inappropriate if you understand what they’re trying to say.

“It’s only inappropriate if YOU think of it in the inappropriate way. Get your minds out of the gutter… a kid sees the unmistakable Disney D not the D you do. If they are teens and get it, then they are already making everything they see into a sexual joke so no shirt is safe,” said one user.

People who work or have worked at the park said that they’ve seen a lot worse at Disney and that those shirts weren’t that bad.

According to the rules of the theme park, Disney has the right to stop guests and ask them to change if they are wearing an item of clothing that a crew member finds inappropriate.

According to the Disney website, “Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests.”

Some specific types of clothing listed include: extremely ripped clothing, clothes that drag on the ground or that have multiple layers that need to be searched before entry to the park. Clothes that expose certain body parts are also banned along with costumes and masks worn by anyone over the age of 14.

One theme park fan took to TikTok in May and showed her followers how park goers could use these rules to their advantage when it came to getting free Disney merchandise. The user, Amanda DiMeo, said that if you wear a shirt that shows underboob or other inappropriate body parts then Disney will give you a ticket that lets you get a free t-shirt at their shop.

“If you’re wearing a shirt that shows a little underboob, they’ll write you a ticket when you first enter Magic Kingdom — I’m not sure about the other parks — but they’ll write you a ticket so you can get a free shirt at the nearest gift shop,” said DiMeo.

According to DiMeo, she got a $75 t-shirt for free because the park deemed her original shirt to be too revealing.

Within a week of the Tiktok being posted, it gained over five million likes with many viewers praising DiMeo for cheating the system.

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