Twitter and the linking plugin, tweetfeed, are imperfect. We’re suppose to have an update on Twitter every hour. Instread, yesterday a partial update took about 20 hours. Still, twitter and we are working the issues.
FeministPhils (our user name) appears to have some followers in the porno industry. I think we’ll just leave that for now, but if you have other suggestions, please let us know. One can block people from being users.
(I hope none of you is shocked or dismayed. Jender did approve it, so now any fault is jointly owned, I again hope.)
the firm agreed she could wear a white cardigan to cover the link between her prosthesis and her upper arm. But shortly afterwards, she was told she could not work on the shop floor unless she took off the cardigan as she was breaking the firm’s “look policy”. She told the tribunal that someone in the A&F head office suggested she stay in the stockroom “until the winter uniform arrives”.The “look policy” stipulates that all employees “represent Abercrombie & Fitch with natural, classic American style consistent with the company’s brand” and “look great while exhibiting individuality”. Workers must wear a “clean, natural, classic hairstyle” and have nails which extend “no more than a quarter inch beyond the tip of the finger”.
Dean said today in her evidence: “A female A&F manager used the ‘look policy’ and the wearing of the cardigan as an excuse to hide me away in the stockroom.