The glasses are meant to improve one’s vision and this has nothing to do with racism. Often, people connect one’s religious outfit to multiple discriminatory activities. This has exactly happened in the case of Suzy where the glasses that she wore were viewed from different perspectives. The situation of Suzy highlights that racism does not only involve one’s religious wearing but also one’s outfit including glasses. Glass is to see! Glass is to observe and visualize things with better clarity. Racism has no bounds and it is applicable to people of all ages. From the perspective of glasses, it is one’s interest to use the glass to even view the glass itself. This has no relationship with the societal outcomes or the personal welfare or the interrelationships across people. The poor view of glasses from the point of view of racism is now found to affect the people in terms of the freedom and ability to use it for vision.