Does the way a person dress affect the way the world sees them?
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Sure, In a civilized, 1st world country the clothes you wear do indicate things about you. We have the freedom to express ourselves with our clothes. Consider, however, a situation in which the ONLY clothes who have just so happen to make you look like trash. In these cases, the clothes are being used for survival.
Therefor, it cannot be accepted that in all cases, you can judge the book by its cover sleeve.
To my knowledge, the topic is "Does the way a person dress affect the way the world sees them?". Emphasis on the WORLD. This hints that there is some rubric for judgment that is global, and as we both agree with, is not true in select cases.
To answer your question, that woman has the choice to dress respectfully or not so. She can choose, she has the ability to choose. BUT, regardless of her choice, it is the duty of any person to be respectful, regardless of whether it is returned to you or not.
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