We are responsible adult women who walk through the world with dignity.We were simply being affectionate like any normal couple.
We want to live in a society where if your loved one leans over to give you an innocent kiss on an airplane it’s not labeled as “excessive or not family oriented” by a corporation and it’s employees.
We find it very disturbing that the same airline who lauds itself as being LGBT friendly has twisted an upsetting incident that happened into our behavior being “too excessive.” The above is not an apology and we are in the process of filing a formal complaint with the airline.
We hope that when all is said and done a greater tolerance without prejudice will evolve.
We both come from loving homes where our parents not only love and accept us, but are also proud of who we are.
We believe everyone has the right to live openly in this society as equals.
In no way were our actions on Southwest Airlines excessive, inappropriate or vulgar.
We want to make it clear we were not making out or creating any kind of spectacle of ourselves, it was one, modest kiss.
Yesterday, Leisha Hailey and Camila Grey took to their personal Twitter accounts to say they had been discriminated against by Southwest Airlines (a longtime supporter of Logo TV and Logo Online).
They have released a statement to discuss what happened.
Despite some incorrect reports, Leisha Hailey’s ex-girlfriend Nina Garduno was not present or involved.
Via their publicist: We have always promoted tolerance, openness and equality both as a band and as individuals.