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Woman Doesn’t Wear A Bra At Work, Asks If She’s Being A Jerk

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Woman Doesn’t Wear A Bra At Work, Asks If She’s Being A Jerk

Is she the jerk?

One of the best feelings of freedom is to be able to take off your bra when you’re home. Nobody is there to say no, or if you live with your family, they won’t give a single care in the world on whether you wear one or not. But when in public places such as the workplace, one has to heed the dress code stated.

A Reddit user who’s recently got a new job found it weird that she’s been receiving complaints about how she dresses. In particular, about what was missing from her that most women wear: a bra. Confused as she’s never had people complain about it to her, throwawayAITA92848 asked Reddit if she was a jerk to insist about it.

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This may fall as more of a cultural thing. Some workplaces are more conservative than most. While the woman claims that she’s not wearing revealing clothes, her co-workers managed to notice when she’s not wearing a bra. Body autonomy should always be respected, but there’s a reason why there are rules pertaining to public safety when it comes to one’s private parts being visible.

We are moving towards a more accepting culture where people are spending less attention on what people wear. “Business casual doesn’t necessarily mean casual—what it actually means is that you don’t have to wear a suit and tie,” explained Tan France.

He continued, “A casual office dress code is less restrictive than business casual, but that doesn’t mean you should dress as casually as you would outside of work.”

What’s considered formal and appropriate will keep changing in the future, just like how Rawiri Waititi, who didn’t wear ties to the Parliament in New Zealand, signs the abolishment of the rule that makes ties mandatory.

People are split, but agree on that the people of her workplace have made it clear they wish her to wear one at work.

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