Should institutions be able to demand a determined dress code, hairstyle or body modifications?

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Should institutions be able to demand a determined dress code, hairstyle or body modifications?

Post by valentinacostab on Mon 2 Oct - 20:33

Many institutions require certain characteristics of clothing, hairstyle,etc. Do you think institutions should have the power to impose this?
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Post by Mateo Cardona on Tue 3 Oct - 18:19

NO! Freedom of expression is more than freedom of speech. Freedom of expression includes the right to seek, hear, read and wear. Freedom of expression is extended to forms of outward expression as seen in clothing selection and hairstyles and the institution is passing above the law.

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Post by alejandrabo2 on Thu 2 Nov - 14:59

Mateo Cardona wrote:NO! Freedom of expression is more than freedom of speech. Freedom of expression includes the right to seek, hear, read and wear. Freedom of expression is extended to forms of outward expression as seen in clothing selection and hairstyles and the institution is passing above the law.
Dear Mateo, I don’t agree with you, since having a stablish dress code, not only prevents discrimination but created order. As you said, liberty is a very important topic, as freedom of expression is one of the biggest justification students use to wear their own clothes in school. But as you know, dressing with designers or brand clothes is catching on in the community. It is a hot potato!! This might cause discrimation to students that doesn’t have the resources to dress that way. This might lead to a secondary effects like: Bullying, students hating school, having no motivation to study and others. On the other hand, when you said that making students have certain hairstyles, is a violation to their own liberty. However, I think is a way to maintain an image of order and having a good personal attire; not only of hairstyle but uniforms.
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