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Pirates of the Caribbean at Disneyland and Walt Disney World becoming more Politically Correct

It’s happening again. Pirates of the Caribbean at Walt Disney World and Disneyland will be slightly more politically correct starting in 2018. The Disney Parks Blog unveiled a new piece of artwork showing off what the new (and improved?) auction scene will look like.

Keep in mind, this is not the first time Pirates of the Caribbean has become more politically correct. Changes were made over a decade ago where women started chasing men (instead of the other way around). It seemed that the auction sequence was too iconic to make a change to, yet arguably the most politically incorrect. As of 2018, the auction still remains, but the pirates will be bidding for loot and not women.

What are your thoughts? Is this too far? Or about time?

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