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Groom asks if he's wrong to have a 'white tie, no dyed hair, no visible tattoos or piercings' dress code.

Groom asks if he's wrong to have a 'white tie, no dyed hair, no visible tattoos or piercings' dress code.

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While our society still has at a lot of progress to make when it comes to gender equality, an exciting post on "Am I The A**hole?" breaks new ground by showing that men can be just as superficial, petty, and controlling as women are traditionally described to be.

Writing on behalf of him and his fiancée, a groom turned to the internet for help after his September wedding's dress code began causing rifts between the couple on their families.

The couple are demanding more from their wedding guests than just formalwear and possibly exposing themselves to COVID. After explaining just how pumped they are for the wedding shoot with a fancy photographer, they describe the strict dress code:

We have been clear from the very start that the dress code will be fully enforced. The invitations we sent explicitly told our guests what we'd be expecting from them (white tie, no unnaturally dyed hair, no visible tattoos or piercings) and that they were free to decline the invitation if they had a problem with this. We also sent everybody who RSVP'd a reminder over email several weeks ago repeating this instruction.

Sources: Reddit
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