When employees start arguing with each other about appropriate office wear, it can explode into accusations of harassment and bad feelings. Take a post at Reddit where a woman wearing a top with “thin straps” had a man come up to her and tell her to cover up–but he’s barefoot. She responds that she’ll cover up her shoulders if he starts wearing shoes in the office. “If I have to watch his hairy toes at work, he can deal with the sight of my shoulders,” writes Reddit User Longjumping_Draw_864.
Are you in agreement that, while wandering the workplace, everyone should have shoes on their feet? What about on an airplane?
An anonymous Delta Flight attendant told The New York Times that she has passengers boarding with no shoes on. Better to be walking around with no shoes, though, than the author’s experience of finding a woman’s foot next to his ear on a flight into Paris.
If this discussion sufficiently grosses you out, it’s time to admit something: you secretly love dress codes.
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