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Subj: Re: discrimination against....
Posted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 at 03:16:47 pm EST (Viewed 553 times)
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Posted: Sat Jan 13, 2018 at 08:50:42 am EST (Viewed 537 times)
Hey, thanks for your reply but it doesn't really address the point I was trying to make. I disagree with equating things you can control (tattoos, clothing, hair length, etc) with things you can't control (age, race, sex, etc) when it comes to discrimination.
I don't think a facial blemish and a facial tattoo are in the same catergory.
I would equate tattoos more in the realm of clothing or hair length. If I interview a guy for a job wearing a bright pink suit, I think I would be justified in holding that against him if thats not the image I want my company to project. It just shows poor judgement towards what is currently acceptable in society, just like a facial tattoo. I would feel pretty insulted if the guy then tried to equate himself with someone discriminated against due to their race, for instance.
I think its important not to equate the two catergories.
thanks again for your response. Sorry if my point was unclear.