Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate's life for she!
Disneyland is removing the wench auction from the Pirates of the Caribbean ride. The change will take place next year, and will also be done for the rides at Walt Disney World in Florida and Disneyland Paris.
As D23 reported, the redheaded woman currently featured in the auction will be given a new role, "beginning in 2018, after an already-planned refurbishment, the redhead is trading her fashionable bonnet for a pirate's hat.
Disney is revamping its “Pirates of the Caribbean” ride to replace a scene in which women are auctioned off to men.
A scene that depicts women on the auction block apparently has no place in a Disneyland ride, even if the attraction is meant to depict the violence, debauchery and misogyny of a pirate’s life. When the Pirates of the Caribbean ride...
The Pirates of the Caribbean ride has been a staple of Disney Parks since practically the beginning. However, as is the case with everything in the parks, things are constantly changing and updating.
One of the more iconic scenes in DIsneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean ride is getting shut down.