NYC Bans Tie Demands at Upscale Dining


restaurantThe New York Commission on Human Rights outlined new policies in a document issued this week including the requirement that employers use people’s preferred gender pronouns when addressing them. This includes specific gender-neutral pronouns like ze and hir.

Additionally, it states that requiring different dress codes for people based on gender expressions, like having men wear ties in order to be served at restaurants, is illegal. Read more at BuzzFeed.



  1. To A: no you are not the only one, but looks like you and me are the only ones. Sounds to me like this article was written about the German or other country’s human rights commission and someone accidentally thought it was about the NY commission.