Is dress---a factor for discrimination?
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Yes, especially if it is a man wearing the dress :)
In business, certain looks are expected for certain roles, and people who don't dress in what is considered an "acceptable" way are likely to find their appearance and dress counts against them.
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Dress is a factor for discrimination everywhere. What you wear, or what you choose to wear, usually speaks about your personality, and it reflects you as a person, which shouldn't be the case actually. But unfortunately it is. If we read the story of the poet from Bengal Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, who was invited for dinner by a British officer, he wasn't first let in because he came in his old Indian clothes, but later, the officer himself sent his men with western clothing and invited him, and this time was let in.
So at the dinner table instead of eating the food, he picked each fruit and started pointing at his clothes and said, "eat, eat". A strong message, that it wasn't him who was welcome, but it was his clothes. Certainly clothes create a lot of discrimination.
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