Here's an article which may tickle you, though. Apparently, there is a need for positive discrimination in favour of ugly people.
[...] why not offer legal protections to the ugly, as we do with racial, ethnic and religious minorities, women and handicapped individuals?If you read the whole piece, there is a flaw in the author's reasoning. You see, he is talking from an American perspective about private sector industries.
In our own fair country, it's a positive boon if you can curdle milk with a smile ... the usual response is to put you in charge of a fake charity and hand you a six figure budget.