In Pennsylvania, women wear these whenever they hold stop signs at construction sites.
There are also women who wear all black to get their doctoral degrees.
And I am not saying that these people are cults! But there is the Pennsylvania Dutch Religion in PA.
They are called Amish.
Let them practice their religion as they wish. Amish, Quakers, Pennsylvania Dutch, Mennonites, Mormons, Seventh-Day Adventists, etc., do no harm to their communities. In fact, we could learn a lot from their old-fashioned values. Shakers, in particular, are renowned for their exceptional skill at construction. Dowel-fitted construction is far stronger than any other.
I draw the line at any "system of belief" that makes violence an essential part of their worship. That is where expression of belief becomes a cult rather than a religion. That would include Islam, snake charmers in Georgia, Satanism, etc. These are violent cults whose sadistic rituals put the entire world in danger. The difference is that Satanists and snake charmers do not resort to terrorism and slavery to further the ends of their cults.
Reprobation is the only cult any lower than the foregoing and it includes atheism. That is where one stubbornly forgoes all ethics, discipline, morals, or socially acceptable conduct in exchange for instant physical gratification of the lowest and most dehumanizing urges. We have prisons for losers like that, rgardless their excuses and half-baked lies.
I got no hassle with 'em. Looks like they live close to nature like I do. Hey, if they can get along with Linda and me wearing black leather (it hides oil stains and road crud) I can get along with them wearing whatever they want to wear.
Only thing I tell 'em to wear is a hard hat, eye protection, steel toed boots with non sparking soles, and safety gloves, whenever they run heavy equipment. That is just common sense and they got no hassle with that either.
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