Kialo requires cookies to work correctly.
Should wearing fragrance be prohibited at work?
Wearing fragrance should be prohibited at work.
A fragrance can be distracting to others so wearing one where other people might take offense should be avoided.
A strong fragrance can be a trigger for asthma and can put someone's well-being at risk.
A fragrance is hard to ignore, so people shouldn't wear fragrances in public spaces so they won't bother others.
Some people get headaches smelling a certain fragrance, which will make them less capable to do their jobs. This would be bad for profit, so a company should discourage the use of fragrances in the office.
Instituting blanket bans over something based on hypothetical possibilities is absurd. Just because something could happen, doesn't mean it doe_ happen. A ban on fragrances if they actually are offending others would be much more reasonable.
When someone is bothered by somebody's fragrance, the simple solution is to talk with him/her about that.
You are wearing fragrance, whether you deploy it voluntarily or not. Smell of sweat is not necessarily better than the smell of perfume.
People and situations always have a smell. If you wear a fragrance or not, you will always bring a smell in to the room - so it is difficult to draw a line.
The use of fragrance can make people feel more comfortable and less worried about any odors they might produce
Fragrance is a personal matter and can be an expression of personality and identity.
People use a lot of fragranced products: from shampoos or laundry detergent to soap and perfume. You can't prohibit all fragranced products because it's just not realistic.
Should Protesting in Front of Abortion Clinics Be Prohibited?
Should selective breeding of animals be prohibited?
Should society work towards becoming "colorblind" in regards to race/ethnicity?