is it easier to see misogyny & sexism when you are either unattractive or overweight?
Because women are valued almost exclusively for their looks in our society, is it harder for attractive & slender women to see the misogyny? We're conditioned to see the misogyny directed toward attractive women ("That dress looks really great on you!", "You look hot!") as complimentary, where as, with unattractive or overweight women, comments are usually demeaning. Both are misogynistic, but one type is viewed as a compliment in our culture. Does that contribute to attractive/slender women not seeing the misogyny of those comments?
And regarding the uniforms - yes, I would much rather have one of those uni-suits! The girls are always tugging their suits back in place.