Dress code at Utah Girls State — a civics summer camp — is 'sexist,' teen says

Chloe Collins canvassed for Sen. Bernie Sanders in Nevada last summer. She interns for a community organizer in Utah. But the Cottonwood High School senior was discouraged when she found out that her summer plans for civic growth would include “a way to force women to make themselves smaller.”
The 17-year-old was surprised that Utah Girls State ­— a five-day camp that teaches high school seniors about local and national government — requires attendees to wear skirts or dresses with blouses.
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