The alleged banning of glasses worn by female employees in Japan caused widespread influence.
Local media reports that some companies have banned their glasses, with some saying they make female employees look "cold."
However, other companies such as airlines claim the ban is for security reasons, while others in the beauty and fashion industry have said it does not allow workers' makeup to be properly displayed, the BBC reported.
After initial reports, #glassessban started to twitter.
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"Socially accepted as something that falls within the realm of the professionally necessary and appropriate," he said. at this time.
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Kumiko Nemoto, a professor of sociology at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, told BBC News that Japan is responding to "outdated" policies and  "The reasons why women should not wear glasses really make no sense," she said. "It's all about gender. It's pretty discriminatory."
Lucia Suarez contributed to this report.