Girls were forced to wear skirts at school to ‘preserve chivalry.’ So they sued — and won.

This article by Kayla Epstein originally appeared in Washington Post

Mitchell explained in an email that the dress code, along with other policies, were meant to “preserve chivalry and respect among young women and men.” He cited societal concerns such as “teen pregnancies” and “casual sex” for the need to create a learning environment that “embodied traditional values.”

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