Is it moral to force men or women to wear veils or any particular garment?
I ask this question, because forcing people to do so, seems to go against the notions of freedom, liberty, equality and fraternity. It is an insult to our fiduciary duty to each other.
In many countries, be it a religious, political or social custom; women and men are forced to wear particular garments, veils or beards are two examples of this.
Does this practice of using force go against our fiduciary duty to women and men?
These Golden Rules exists in most religions and cultures.
No one likes to be forced to do anything, this is irrefutable.
In some cultures, force is used to have men and women kowtow to the culture or religion. This is a poor and immoral ideology.
I believe that obliging people to submit to any political, social or religious norm, --- without a just cause, --- is immoral.
Do you agree?
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