Do you think foot wear for females should be completely banned by law ( at least in countries where the climates allow) ?

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I heard of a law like this in Rajashtan, India, in a city ' s town square. The females crossing it must remove whatever they wear on their feet ( usually slippers ). It is said it comes from a time when men used to hold council there and at that time women used to be barefoot all the time everywhere.

The thing is that no one questions it, not the men, not the women. I suppose there is logic behind that as women love to be barefoot ( why else would they go around the house barefoot all the time, even outdoors? ) as it makes them feel cute and sexy and men love seeing barefoot women. So why isn ' t this rule enforced all around the city and in many other places around the world? Why isn ' t a barefoot fashion introduced? How long do we have to be slaves of the torture devices called " high heels " and of foot wear companies? A barefoot girl in a formal outfit looks a thousand times better. Why the said companies don ' t make foot jewelry and barefoot sandals instead ( sandals without a sole )? It was in the past a custom in Europe and in the western world that it was anathema to go in public ( at least farther than around the house ) without a hat or cap, both for men and women. That doesn ' t exist anymore nowadays in spite of head wear companies. Why does that not yet happen about foot wear.

Also, don ' t get me started on health risks. You don ' t wear gloves and construction worker helmets all the time, do you?
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