Is this discrimination
I am a 40 year old male and live in the UK. For the past 10 years I have regularly worn dresses, skirts, tights, makeup, high heels and various other items which might more traditionally be worn by a female. I am not transgender, I don’t identify as a woman, I am not gay and I am living very happily in a relationship with a woman. I wear the clothes I wear because I find them comfortable and do not believe clothing has a gender. I rarely wear trousers or even jeans although I do occasionally. As it happens my partner rarely wears a dress or skirt or any makeup, but that is her choice. At first I met some resistance from my employer about wearing skirts to the office but after some initial support from my union representative and colleagues (mostly female) I was left alone to dress however I wished provided it looked professional. However, I have recently got a new line manager and have been told some of my skirts are too short, about mid thigh. There are however women in the office that wear the same length skirts and no one has mentioned anything to them. Is this discrimination?