The Pirates of the Caribbean ride won't sell women anymore - Culturess

The Pirates of the Caribbean ride is removing its women-selling scene. And Disney fans are having some major feelings about it. I'm a huge Disney fan. My annual trip to Disney World is my favorite time of the year. But that doesn't mean that some of my ...

VOTE: Disneyland Replacing Controversial Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride Feature! Do YOU Think It Implies ... - PerezHilton.com

The controversial Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean attraction depicting a redheaded woman (among other women) up for sale under a banner reading, "Auction, Take a wench for a bride" is getting a makeover. When the park reopens after routine ...

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean's famous redhead gets autonomy, stops 'Wench Sale' - AZCentral.com

The Happiest Place on Earth has been the subject of dozens of myths over its six-plus decades. Here's the truth behind 5 myths that refuse to succumb to reality. Scott Craven/The Republic Wochit. Pirates of the Caribbean Redesign. An artist's rendering ...

“we want the redhead” trending for Disneyland Resort - MUSE

A revamping of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland Paris, is causing quiet the stir back here in Southern California. According to the official Disney Parks Blog. When the Pirates of the Caribbean ride reopens on July 24th, at Disneyland Paris.

“Pirates of the Caribbean” Ride Gets Changed - Dark Horizons

One of the most controversial elements in Disneyland's famed “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride is a scene in which a woman is lined up for auction along with the sign “Auction, Take a wench for a bride”. Disney Parks announced on its blog this week that ...

Disney Parks Are Changing a “Pirates of the Caribbean” Wench Into a Woman Pirate & Shocker, People Are Pissed - The Mary Sue

Starting next year, Disney's “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride will no longer include the iconic Auction scene as we know it, in which animatronic “wenches” are sold as potential brides. The pirates in the scene chant “we want the redhead,” but that ...

Disneyland changing Pirates of the Caribbean ride in a major way - Deseret News

Disney announced Friday that it will change the roles of an auctioneer, a redheaded woman and some other characters from a scene that depicts women on the auction block. “You'll even discover that a familiar character is playing a new role joining the ...

Disney reveals big change to 'Pirates of the Caribbean' ride. Not everyone's on board - Sacramento Bee

A certain redheaded wench gets a new role in refurbished “Pirates of the Caribbean” rides at Disney parks, but some fans of the beloved attraction are ready to jump ship. Kathy Mangum, senior vice president of Walt Disney Imagineering, revealed the ...

The Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride Is Finally Ditching The Sex Slave Auction - UPROXX

The Pirates of the Caribbean rides at Disneyland and the Magic Kingdom at Disney World are some of the most popular of the parks' attractions. The original ride was such a fan favorite that plans for something different at Disney World were scrapped ...

Disney Removing Bride Auction Scene From 'Pirates Of The Caribbean' Ride - Consumerist

Next time you take your family on Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean ride, you might notice a change: No more “wenches” up for sale as brides to the highest bidder. Yup, Disney has announced this classic ride — found at Disneyland, Disney World, and ...

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean Ride Is Losing Its Wench Auction - MovieWeb

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean attraction is set to get rid of the "wench auction". It was a good time while it lasted, but all good times must come to an end. It's no longer culturally acceptable to sell women like it was in the days of the pirate ...

Disneyland to Remove Bride Auction From Pirates of the Caribbean Ride - Hollywood Reporter

"We believe the time is right to turn the page to a new story in this scene, consistent with the humorous, adventurous spirit of the attraction," a park spokesperson said. Disneyland is going to remove the bride auction scene from the classic Pirates ...

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean Ride to Replace Women Auction Scene After 50 Years - E! Online

Since 1967, the popular Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disney Parks has featured a scene in which animatronic women, including a redheaded one in a hat and pink dress, are tied up and auctioned off. It featured a sign that read "Auction, Take a wench ...

The Redhead to Have New Role in Pirates of the Caribbean Attractions - MousePlanet

Disneyland Paris today announced some changes to its version of the classic Pirates of the Caribbean attraction, which reopens July 24 following refurbishment. Tucked at the bottom of that Disney Parks Blog article was a cannonball of an additional ...

A Big Change Is Coming to Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean - Fandom (blog)

Pirates of the Caribbean has been a part of Disneyland since 1967. The ride has changed over the years, especially after the 2003 film Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Jack Sparrow became a permanent addition to the ride as well ...

The Pirates of the Caribbean Ride Is Finally Getting Rid of That Awkward Auction - POPSUGAR

Disney announced that it would be updating its Pirates of the Caribbean attraction to remove a particularly offensive scene. In Disneyland, Disneyland Paris, and Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom, the ride currently features a troubling scene in which ...

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean ride removing 'bride auction' scene - Fox News

Suzi Brown, a spokeswoman for Disneyland Resorts, confirmed on Friday that the popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride will be swapping out a scene in which a pirate buys his wife at auction. The scene, which appeared in the “Pirates” rides at Disney ...

Disneyland's Pirates Of The Caribbean Ride To Stop Auctioning Off Brides - LAist

The Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland is a classic, eerie voyage through a swamp-y bayou, complete with pirates, gold, and, you know, the auction of a poor woman. Next year, though, the bride auction will transition into an auction forcing ...

Disney's "Pirates of the Caribbean" Ride Is Finally Getting Rid of That "Wench Auction" - TeenVogue.com

Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland Paris and California and Disneyworld Florida will be getting an overhaul over the next year, most notably removing the controversial “Wench Auction” scene from the experience. Because, you know, 2017.

Disney Removes 'Wench Auction' From 'Pirates of the Caribbean' Ride - Pacific Standard

Disney is removing a scene that shows women being auctioned off as brides on the Pirates of the Caribbean ride from two Disneyland Parks. The ride, which once showed a group of women standing in line to be sold to the highest bidder, will be replaced ...