A few months ago, the Iowa Supreme Court made the surprising decision that women can be fired from their jobs for being too attractive, regardless if they've engaged in activity that compromises their job performance.
Melissa Nelson, a thirty-three year old dental assistant from Fort Dodge, was fired after the dentist she worked for, Dr. James Knight, believed that she was too tempting to be kept around the office, lest he decide to sleep with her. Because Nelson would be totally into it, obviously.
After filing an appeal of the Supreme Court's decision, Nelson was once again rebuffed by the all-male bench, which found "that bosses can fire employees that they and their spouses see as threats to their marriages."
The court found that Nelson was legally fired “because of the activities of her consensual personal relationship.” These activities included text messages between her and her employer that were not found to be flirtatious or leading in any way.
So, beautiful employees of Iowa beware! You can totally be fired for just looking like your aesthetically pleasing selves.