Where was this fight and struggle the day before you felt discriminated against?
Has it ever occured to you that some of us are discriminated against every day and have been so since birth.
At what point do you stop metioning your discrimination everytime you post a message?
The fact of the matter is this,
Yes they can tell you to dress apropriatly, yes they can define what that is. No, they cannot ask you to remove clothing that is faith based. Yes, they can ask you put on a suit and wear some make-up. That is the system. Unless you have been terminated for your faith, race, or ethnicity you cannot claim discrimination. (excluding sexual harassment of course)
The reality of the situation is this, if the worst thing that you can think of to complain about is your boss not liking your head wrap, consider yourself lucky. Because of my locks (which are about to my waist now) and my skin color I can't get a job at all. I have been forced to be self employed. So if your revolution is centered around your right to wear your head wrap, more power to you. However, I've been fighting the revolution since my mother concieved me. I have inherited the struggle of my parents and my grandparents and my great grandparents who were slaves.
So while you may believe you are starting something, in fact you have a better chance of joining something than winning your own little war against head wrap discrimination.
Now you know why I, personally, did not respond.