With so many issues to tackle, Missouri lawmakers have decided to focus on how women should dress in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives. Republicans pushed for a stricter dress code in the women’s legislature (but not men), requiring women to cover their arms and proposing that they wear only blazers and not sweaters, a move Democrats called sexist. “It’s ridiculous,” he said.
“Once again we are fighting for a woman’s right to choose something. This time it’s the way she covers herself and the interpretation of someone who doesn’t have a fashion background,” said an outraged Rachel. Rep. Proudy (D.) She questioned why anyone else could decide what was appropriate for her to wear. (See first video below.)
Then, according to The Washington Post, things got even more heated between Reps. , called each other fervently “lady”. About arguing. (See his second video below.)
In the end, the Missouri House of Representatives finally decided to compromise — allowing cardigans to be included in jackets and blazers, but insisting on compulsory sleeves, requiring women’s arms to be hidden. washington post.
Aren’t these the same Republicans who fought mandatory masks?
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