I know what happens in golf clubs when alcohol's involved.
Schell stopped wearing bras over two years ago, because she finds them 'horrible'. She said that after she was fired, she decided to bring the case before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal because she noticed men didn't have the same restrictions on their dress code. Speaking to the local news site, she said:
It's gender-based and that's why it's a human rights issue.
I have nipples and so do the men.
Speaking to CBC news, Employment lawyer Nadia Zaman said:
If they simply require that female employees wear a bra but then they don't have a similar requirement for males, and they can't really justify that … then there is a risk that their policy's going to be deemed to be discriminatory.
They're basically saying that sexual harassment and gender-based dress codes are off the menu, and they're no longer being tolerated.