Sensitive Word ‘Unisex’ Banned from Being Used on Hair Salon Signboards in Malaysian Town

by Kathy Jones on  December 2, 2012 at 7:51 PM General Health News
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A city councilor of Alor Setar, a town in Malaysia, said that the word 'unisex' is a sensitive word and should not be used on the business signboards of hair salons.
 Sensitive Word ‘Unisex’ Banned from Being Used on Hair Salon Signboards in Malaysian Town
Sensitive Word ‘Unisex’ Banned from Being Used on Hair Salon Signboards in Malaysian Town

"This has been clearly stated by the Alor Setar City Council," Chinese daily Kwong Wah Yit Poh quoted councillor Chow Hooi Pin as saying.

He said that signboards with words like 'hair salon' or 'hair specialist' could be displayed at their premises, the Star reports.

"However, there is no prohibition on women cutting the hair of male customers and vice versa," he said.

Source: ANI

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