Let's say there's the claim:
There is a place that men are forbidden to enter.
I think we are allowed to say that ginger-haired men mustn't enter there. But are we allowed to say that there is a ban on ginger-haired men?
let's say pedestrians aren't allowed to walk on a highway.
I think we are allowed to say that one cannot hitchhike on that highway. But are we allowed to say that there is a ban on hitchhiking on that highway?
When making an argument, should I leave the implication that hitchhiking involves walking as an exercise for my reader or should I spell it out?