Should women in Congress be required to follow a dress code? | The Tylt
A Democratic lawmaker recently suggested revealing clothing is an "invitation" for sexual harassment and argued a stricter dress code can "protect women." Women have been barred from the Hill for wearing sleeveless garments, and House members are required to wear "appropriate business attire during all sittings of the House." Some argue the dress code also applies to men, who must wear jackets and ties—but others think rules mandating women cover their arms are sexist and weird. What do you think?
Should women in Congress be required to follow a dress code?
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