High heels were originally only worn by men, women didn’t start wearing them till 6 centuries later. And I assume you didn’t know that pink was actually originally for males and blue for females. Not so simple after all. Your point is lost on me. My DaBaby I’m Da Truth Shirt point is that forcing one gender to wear uncomfortable and unhealthy shoes in order to be employed is discrimination.
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In order to turn the DaBaby I’m Da Truth Shirt tables, perhaps if the likely all male higher-ups had to wear high heels, they would reverse this obvious discrimination because they would have an understanding about how trying it is to wear high heels all day. There are differences, but the differences are irrelevant in this case. Last I checked, women’s feet aren’t any more suited to wearing high heels than men’s are. If someone chooses to wear a hijab, they should be able to wear it. Man or woman.
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Unless the hijab interferes with the job they are supposed to perform, who cares? A lot of dress codes are silly unless they are for a safety reason like wearing high visibility clothing and hard hats in construction. Does a Wall Street banker do his/her job better in a business suit? Why do airline stewardesses and stewards wear those ridiculous suit uniforms? Why can’t their uniforms be more practical and comfortable? Same for pilots-do they fly the plane better wearing that suit?
I get the need for standards and uniformity in some professions, but sometimes it gets taken DaBaby I’m Da Truth Shirt too far. Enjoy them. We prefer not to be told what to wear. The post was not about who it was made for, but the fact that currently only women are made to wear it. But I guess following the logic of the argument was not made for you. That’s rich coming from someone who has failed, completely, to gauge the satirical nature of the original comment in this thread.