Recently, a well-know female opera singer was fired from a production because the opera company said that she was too fat to fit into her costume. Some years ago, a broadcast news reporter was fired of not being sufficiently attractive. Do employers have the right to demand that their employees fit a stereotyped notion of attractiveness if the employees are, in all other respects, good at their jobs? Is it different for different occupations? If so, give examples.
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