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Japanese women fight for right to wear glasses to work

WorldNews Saturday, 9 November 2019
Japanese women fight for right to wear glasses to workJapanese women are fighting for the right to wear eyeglasses to work, a new front in the growing movement that demands an end to the prescriptive beauty standards faced by female employees. The hashtag “glasses ban” started trending on Twitter on Wednesday, after Japan’s Nippon TV aired a story about companies that...
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