I found the section about dyed hair to be very concerning as I am Scottish with natural red hair that when I studied abroad people kept asking why I had dyed it when I’ve never dyed my hair in my life. Do they disapprove of dyed hair or just light hair colors? If I want to have an easier time getting a job should I dye my hair black or would they really care? What about half Japanese who also have naturally lighter hair colors, are they required to dye their hair in order to respect a company’s no hair dye policy (ironically so I might add)?
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@disillusioned the problem with "maning up" is that the society of today (government included) is on the side of those that would submit or run, in fact fighting back is more severely punished than bullying itself is. I was bullied when I was younger and when I said hell no and threw a fist instead of the bullies who had attacked me many times before got off scot free every time and I was punished by the school every time. The system actively discourages fighting back and encourages bitching about it till an adult does something about it hence the kid getting arrested instead of decked in the face.
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