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Category  Misc CDN
Poster  DrCaleb
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Date  2020-09-28 06:39:10


  • DrCaleb: They should only wear a curtain from head to toe so as to not show any ankle, with only small slits for the eyes. Just so they don't get constantally raped by men who can't control themselves.

    Sound like somewhere other than Canada? {shakes head} How can we have come so far, and this bullshit still persists?
  • Tricks: What utter horseshit.
  • raydan: If they stayed at home in the kitchen where they belong, we wouldn't have these problems.

  • DrCaleb: Someone is looking for a fight. ;)
  • Freakinoldguy: This isn't a big deal especially since all you have to do is look at the military to see the necessity for a dress code onboard ships. There is absolutely nothing wrong with applying dress codes onboard a ship even a civilian one to stop potential sexual harassment incidents so long as the regulations are applied across the board to both genders.

    After having spent many years at sea onboard mixed gender units I can attest that dressing everyone the same drab clothing when onboard helps prevents some of the less enlightened males as seeing the females as sexual objects rather than just other sailors or in this case scientists.

    But in fairness to the people in charge who ordered these reg's, if these scientists both male and female think it helps their research to dress up in leggings, very tight-fitting clothing, revealing clothing, crop tops and shorts or think that they should be allowed to run around a research ship in their underwear perhaps they're in the wrong line of work.

    The only time a person should be allowed to wear the type of clothing mentioned in the article while at sea in a mixed gender unit would be when they're working out in a gym.

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