I see both sides.
It is seen by most people now a days as an outdated rule.
From a strictly practical standpoint. How does it effect everyone else in the room, if someone keeps his hat on? Its not like its a health hazard.
Especially when you allow women to do it. Women want to and deserve to be treated equally, how can they be equal if they live by a different set of rules?
There was a time women weren’t allowed to wear pants, dresses only. We got rid of that rule, but we cling to the hat rule? Why?
Any rule that is gender based is discriminatory. In my opinion make it the same rule for everyone or get rid of the rule all together.
The harsh reality is I make decisions for myself, if someone has a problem with my fashion choices, it’s their problem not mine.
I stand by @375hh1973
he has a right to do as he pleases. Especially because he served.