11 Employer FAQs (No. 7): Should the "ugly" be protected from discrimination?

OK, I admit it. This was not a "frequently asked question" until recently, after the New York Times ran a piece by a University of Texas economist who argued that the anti-discrimination laws should protect ugly people.

Since that time, this ridiculous highly creative suggestion has been blogged and tweeted about everywhere, so I would say that it now qualifies as a true "FAQ." In any event, I can't resist the opportunity to blog about it.

There are at least three reasons why this is one of the worst ideas ever. (Which isn't to say that it won't become the law someday)...

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