Do you identify as a male but want to wear female attire on duty? Do you identify as a female but want to wear male attire on duty?
I am Clonemep and I am preparing a case regarding the constitutionality of gendered uniform / dress requirements within departments. If you have or are suffering from gender discrimination by being prohibited from wearing certain attire due to your gender, please contact me at Clonemep#2178 .
a termination would be excessive but if i had a dm/witnessed an employee doing it in a matter that was immature and made a mockery of stuff like that, i would just politely dm them and ask them to stop, only if they continue, would I look into the possibility of taking some action
Woah now don’t attack the legal community as a whole, there is over 40+ bar certified attorneys (~15-20 who I still see ever on, ~10 who practice, atleast from what I see) and this is only one of them. Clonemep just seems to find issues where no one else sees them and cares (usually because the issue is so miniscule it’s non existent or because no one gives a shit)
Generally throughout my experience with practicing bar certified attorneys, it appears that a lot of them like to dissect non-important situations to the core as a means to allow loopholes etc
Having been some form of “High Command” in departments for almost 4 years now, I can say that I take a dim view on some lawyers who always look for technicalities in policies etc to let people get away with stuff.
Cross dressing has never been a problem, if it ever was a problem. If an employee ever had a genuine problem with it, why cant they contact their department head and attempt to find a resolution? Only at that point if a resolution was found would I see it viable and necessary to take it to court on an individual basis, of which then a case precedent would end up being set.
Generally what I’m saying is some certain members of the legal community can be what “ruins” aspects of firestone and makes life for high command members a lot more strain than it needs to be sometimes, I understand some stuff needs regulation, but for example, the legal community trying to tell the governor they are breaking the law for having a rogue’s arrests removed? There is a line and a lot of people choose to cross it.
The governor pardon thing was the absolute most idiotic thing I had ever heard. As a BCA myself I could find zero pardon regulations meaning that the governor can pardon anything they wish, now while this power shouldn’t be abused there is absolutely nothing wrong with removing a rouges arrest. I’ve seen judges say DM them if you arrested by a rouge and they’ll remove it shortly after similar incidents.
There was no need for any lawyer to throw the hissy fit they did about that.