Denmark, which like its Nordic neighbours prides itself on promoting equal treatment for men and women, has taken gender equality all the way to the beauty salon.
A ruling last month by Denmark's Board of Equal Treatment effectively stated that price differences between men's and women's haircuts were illegal.
Denmark ranked seventh out of 135 countries in the World Economic Forum's global gender gap index which benchmarks national gender gaps on economic, political, education and health criteria.
Originally posted by solarstorm
Is Brazilian waxing covered in this ruling also?
Originally posted by skalla
reply to post by ollncasino
as a proud baldy this makes me laugh
and daily mail ftmfw.....
however, seeing as more and more young men seem to have noncy layered barnets that require one to apply a can of mousse and then stand sideways on in a wind-tunnel, shouldnt they pay the same as a woman for their cut?
otherwise just buy some clippers or go to a gents barber? - i trust barbers still exist, not having needed one for about 20 years