In Deborah Tannen's article, There is no Unkmarked Woman, she explains as the title suggests that women in America today are "marked" (judged) by everything they where and do. She argues that there is no default uniform that a woman could wear to just be normal, unlike men who can dress in normal clothes and just be normal men. She says no one judges men by their dress unless it's extremely colorful, while women are judged/marked by everything they wear. I think that Tannen is advocating that woman should not have to be marked all the time. Her arguement is hypocritical because her goal is to stop the marking of women, yet by telling everyone that women are marked means that she is in fact marking all women. For example, in the beginning of the essay she gives a detailed marking of three different women in a meeting based on their appearance. She does not have to mark them by their appearance but she does, which is quite hypocritical.