Trump Must Clarify Mustache Position

On January 19, 2017, by AMI Staff

Last month the American Mustache Institute expressed displeasure at President-elect Donald Trump’s discriminatory search for cabinet officials in which he eliminated John Bolton from consideration due to his Mustached American heritage. AMI’s quarrel with Trump’s actions, of course, are in no way political as a non-partisan institution of learning, thought and facial hair militancy. It [...]

Official Statement: Donald Trump’s Unacceptable Mustache Discrimination

On December 22, 2016, by AMI Staff

This week, Washington Post reporters Phillip Rucker and Karen Tumulty revealed that part of President-elect Donald Trump’s methodical searches for cabinet officials included seeking what he deems to be an appropriate “look.” Indeed, this should come as no surprise as through his years in public life the world has witnessed Mr. Trump’s aesthetic-minded attempts at [...]

Tangipahoa Parish Schools Violate Civil Liberties of Valedictorian

On May 23, 2016, by AMI Staff

Scholar-athlete Andrew Jones — the valedictorian of Amite High School in Amite, Louisiana, who has a 4.0 grade point average — was recently barred from marching in his school’s graduation ceremony. Why? A mustache. “Our school board has a policy that does not allow any facial hair on male students,” said Tangipahoa Parish school superintendent Mark [...]

The Excommunication of a Missouri Representative

On May 18, 2016, by AMI Staff

The 20th Century was a roller coaster for people of Mustached American descent, opening with one of the most influential Americans owning and operating a domineering mustache — and a majority of U.S. residents agreed it was presidential material. Thus, Teddy Roosevelt took us through eight powerful years in the White House, befitting a Mustached American [...]

AMI Lashes Out UPS For Violating Employee Civil Liberties

On February 3, 2016, by AMI Staff

As a longtime bastion for sexually dynamic Mustached Americans, UPS’s hearty fleet of Teamster drivers have embraced Mustached Americana like few other professions in modern day corporate America. At the same time, however, the package delivery giant has maintained a two-party system of fairness, or lack thereof, amongst people of facial hair, choosing to discriminate [...]

Mustache Czar To Hold Fireside Chat at VCU

On October 7, 2014, by AMI Staff

With discrimination continuing to face people of facial hair worldwide, American Mustache Institute chief executive officer Dr. Adam Paul Causgrove will hold a fireside chat on the plight of the sexually dynamic Mustached American experience on the campus of Virginia Commonwealth University at noon on Friday, Oct. 24, at the VCU Student Commons. The fireside [...]

Chicago White Sox GM Rick Hahn Placed On Notice By American Mustache Institute

On June 5, 2014, by AMI Staff

As reported by the HallOfVeryGood, Chicago White Sox pitcher Chris Sale was recently forced to shave his beard by fledgling field manager Robin Ventura. Seeing this as a stark violation of Mr. Sale’s civil liberties, your American Mustache Institute filed legal papers and sent the following correspondence to White Sox general manager Rick Hahn. Mr. [...]

Study Finds American Workers With Facial Hair Overcoming Discrimination In Workplace But “Facial Hair Ceiling” Preventing Advancement

On November 21, 2013, by AMI Staff

“ESPN Factor” noted as limiting facial hair growth amongst leadership   After two decades of employment persecution and nearly being shaved out of existence forever, the Mustached American is back and prospering in the U.S. workforce. However, as a new survey conducted by the American Mustache Institute and Wahl Trimmers reveals, the freedom to wear [...]

The Workplace Mustache Study

On November 16, 2013, by AMI Staff

OVERVIEW In 1991 researchers J.A. Reed and E.M. Blunk published the “Effects of Cranial and Facial Hair on Perceptions of Age and Person,”in the Journal of Social Psychology. Among other findings, they determined managers tended to hire men with facial hair while suggesting mustaches were not favorable to all professions, with clean-shaven men seen as more reliable in roles [...]

Cleveland Feels the Tour

On November 11, 2013, by AMI Staff

En route to Pittsburgh and ‘Stache Bash 2013, the Mobile Mustache Unit rolled into lovely Cleveland to talk about the WORKPLACE MUSTACHE STUDY, a collaborative examination of facial hair discrimination in the workplace between the American Mustache Institute and Wahl Trimmers. What did we learn? The despite discriminating against facial hair, Progressive Insurance seems to like weed, rolling in gutters in [...]

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