Narcissism, expressed as bad taste in clothing, hair, tats, and piercings, is revealing of a sick Western culture. But it’s not illegal.
The question in my mind is whether a business should be legally allowed to have a dress code, if they want one. I firmly believe so. Furthermore, every school and college in America should have a dress code.
America looks like a nation of pigs, fruits, and nuts.
A Manitoba woman says she felt humiliated and harassed when security staff at a shopping mall forced her to leave the building because of an outfit they deemed “indecent.”
Sierrah Anderson, 21, says she was wearing shorts, a crop top and a long vest on Monday, when she went to Kildonan Place in Winnipeg and lined up to look at a new phone.
The Selkirk, Man., resident says she was approached by security staff who ordered her to leave immediately or be charged with public indecency.
Anderson says she was confused, considering that she had purchased her shorts at the same mall.
“I felt completely humiliated,” she says. “It was embarrassing to walk through the mall while everyone could watch this happening.”
Anderson says she has more confidence than many people, and wonders what such an incident would mean for women with less self-esteem.
The mall’s general manager has apologized and said that the contracted security staff involved will no longer be working at the shopping centre.
Even among the youthful youtube comments, there was significant condemnation of her facial piercings. They show up very, very clearly in the video.
Two and a half minutes.
Published on Jun 28, 2017
Beth Macdonell on how a Manitoba woman says she was escorted out of a Winnipeg mall because of what she was wearing.