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Title VII in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits employment discrimination according to race, color, religion, sex and national origin. Although the word 'color' is roofed as one of the many factors protected against discrimination, my work nationally and internationally continually surfaces an unconscious bias linked to pores and skin in spite of ethnicity. In the US, before 60?s and 70?s, the darker an African American person's complexion the unlikely see your face would reach a top status in the workplace; the lighter the complexion and straighter the head of hair a lot more likely teachers Black and White would favor that child. Although thankfully this bias is fading since it pertains to job advancement, research still indicates that young girls would rather have fair skin and believe dark skin isn't good and/or ugly. In the 80?s yet still present today, various media depict lighter skin discoloration fat loss attractive, and darker skin tone scary or dangerous. Environmental pollutants which mimic the effects of estrogen inside our bodies are called xenoestrogens. We are confronted with these in several ways including car exhaust, pesticides, solvents (present in nail polish and remover), emulsifiers present in soap and cosmetics, plastics (think water bottles) and synthetic hormones found in birth control pills and other drugs which can be flushed into the sewers and back in our soil and water. So here I am writing your blog post article when I really did want to outsource these. Seriously - I wanted to save myself time and energy required to purge all my inner thoughts, knowledge, experience and desires for the inequality faced by women in todays society - and the resulting impact it's got for us all. But something happened to my 'outsourcer' and I took it as being an indicator that I needed to write these myself. And in lieu of driving them to polished and 'corporate-like', they must be from me - and so here it is. This will aid elimination of harmful bacteria through washing them away in the process of urination