UK unions spark debate over high heels at work
LONDON (Reuters Life!) - British unions set off a heated debate across the nation after passing a motion this week demanding that women have the right to wear comfortable shoes in the workplace.
Generally speaking, women shouldn't be forced to wear high heel, except for models and probably public reception type of jobs. Why is it even need a debate? Oh well, nevermind.
Now they should move on to discuss whether UK mulim women should be forced to wear hijab, burqa or niqab, if they dare.