Like they don't have middle names or nick names of initials to go by if the company is worried about it. My DH works with a guy who's name is Leather. It's on his business cards no worries. lol.
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Often I find it is about discriminating against names from other cultures and communities such as the African-American community. I hear so often how horrible it is to name your child something like Quanisha or DaVonte. The assumption is those names are "weird" and so many parents suggest it is cruel or mean to name your child something that other (white) people can't pronounce (teachers, coaches, future employers). The reality is a name is the first gift a parent bestows upon a child. It is a parent's right to name their child, proudly, a name from their family, country of origin, or anything they find unique or interesting. I work with people from all over the world in a professional capacity and with families in the community. I can honestly say many coworkers have had those "ethnic" names that so many other parents complain of. Hasn't stopped them from being a doctor, lawyer or Indian Chief.
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