March 26, 2010 | NeW Staff

An interesting story is developing over at the headquarters of all things wonderful and good: DISNEY. It seems dreams are only being made for women of the 5ft 7in-5ft 8in, size 4 or 6 type. DISNEY is holding a casting call for women “no bigger or smaller” for a role in the next installment of Pirates of the Caribbean.

Specifying size of actors is not new to Hollywood, but the shocker of the Pirates casting is her authentic. The lucky lady much have real breasts! The casting call states:  Must have real breasts. Do not submit if you have implants.

John Nolte at Big Hollywood (sister to Big Government) has an interesting point when considering who is behind the breast tests and who is, or is not, speaking out against it.

Annually we are showered with Leftist films created by morally superior beings who lecture us on human rights, civil rights, feminism, lookism, racism and any other “ism” they can conceive, when in real life they’re the very worst in all of these departments.

DISNEY is going to subject and exploit young women desperate to be stars to the indignity of a booby ”show and tell.” DISNEY is going to have them jog in place for producers and casting agents in order to keep score of the bounciness of their breasts.This story is two days old and yet there hasn’t been a peep of feminist uproar. Where’s Meryl Streep, Sally Field, Charlize Theron, Barbra Streisand and “The View?” Where’s Diane Sawyer, Katie Couric, HuffPo and MSNBC?

Nolte calls out feminists for not screeching in outrage over the discrimination, but it is not just feminists who should be concerned here. All women should take issue with DISNEY’s explicit display of misogyny. Today’s feminist may be busy fighting for liberal women, but wake up, this is an issue affecting ALL women, not just liberal women.

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