There is considerable pressure to wear them, but it is never been mandatory anywhere I’ve ever worked. High heels are Adidas All Day I Dream About Flyball Shirt the modern equivalent to ancient Chinese footbinding – it stops you running away, causes agony and deforms the body. The old foot fetish still around in modern day Japan. Methinks they need to stop this form of sexual discrimination. No woman anywhere should be forced to wear high heels. They should be free to choose their own style of footwear without fear of losing their jobs.
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High heels were required in the college I attended, back when dinosaurs ruled the earth. Men set rules for a dress for women and Adidas All Day I Dream About Flyball Shirt like the look of their legs in high heels. High heels are uncomfortable and can be dangerous. They require a woman to swing her hips when walking. Men like that, too. High heels are the cause of many a sprained or broken ankle. I wouldn’t go near them now. If the USA denies abortions, how the hell will Japan agree to something as simple as flat shoes.
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It’s all men again playing with our choices over our own bodies. Disappointing that an enlightened nation like Japan should cling to such an outdated notion. If you can’t obey the stated rules why take a stand, simply resign and go start your own company so u can even go to work bear footed. The stated rules are causing serious health issues. And interestingly, they don’t apply to men. But how about this – see how you feel if companies right across your country imposed rules requiring men to wear heels.
See how you Adidas All Day I Dream About Flyball Shirt feel then. Those so-called stated rules are a health hazard. The constant wearing of high heels shortens the Achilles tendon permanently, deforms the arch and can cause permanent damage to the feet and legs. No company has the right to set a rule like that, especially when it’s for only ‘some’ employees. Everybody has to be subject to the same rules, otherwise, it’s discriminatory solely based on gender. Workers have good reason to make enough noise to get rid of such a ‘rule’.