REPORT: Minnie Mouse wears pants for first time ever to encourage girls to explore maritime careers

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Disney debuted Captain Minnie Mouse wearing pants and a new set of nautical youth programs that are designed to encouraged girls to pursue careers in the cruise business, the company announced on Thursday.

“Disney characters delight and inspire children around the globe, and Disney Cruise Line is counting on the power of the mouse – Minnie Mouse – to spread the message of exploring new horizons, both by land and by sea,” the statement said.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Captain Minnie Mouse, in her crisp new uniform with smart white trousers or skirt and a bold red jacket emblazoned with captain’s insignia, will make the rounds on all Disney ships starting in April.”

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