In the short stories of “Why Looks Are the Last Bastion of Discrimination” and “The “Black Table” Is Still There” there are many differences from both stories. Both stories talk about the different sizes, shapes, color, and how people are being racist.
The first story “Why Looks Are the Last Bastion of Discrimination.” They first talked about how in the 1994 in Texas they did not want an obese lady to be a bus driver because of how big she looked. The company doctor stated that she was not up to the task because he said she was “waddling down the hall” (Rhode). All though he did not even perform any agility test on her to even see if she would be able to evacuate the bus in case of any emergency and get the kids off the bus in time. That was similar to the second story whereas in 1995 he was surprised when he walked into the cafeteria and noticed that they had a “black” table. He thought after this long that he would never run into something like that again. He never understood the “black” table “what did it mean?” (Rhodes) He never took the chance to sit there because he always thought if he would sit there that would be making a statement of “I was afraid that by sitting at the table I’d lose all my white friends” (Rhodes). They were discriminating against the “black” men because he would not sit at the “black table” as what they would call it. This man just refused to be labeled and would not sit at this table and he would always into the cafeteria with “white” people. Segregated was something that he never understood as a kid and he was very shocked when he went into the junior high after twenty-seven years to still see that there was a black table.
In the first story they had a case in 2006 in New, Jersey where a cocktail waitress had gained some weight. They never thought anything about it just that she was getting fat and that was not a good look for their waitresses. In the contract it...