Patch.com: ‘Bad Girls’ Dress Code Video Was A Sexist Mistake: Principal
A syndicated Patch.com article about a sexist dress code video shown by a Texas high school quotes a tweet from Equal Rights Advocates Executive Director Noreen Farrell. A student at the high school, Cat Moring, tweeted about the video, which then went viral.
Added Noreen Farrell, the executive director of Equal Rights Advocates: “Cat — you are amazing for calling this out. You are absolutely right! As a legal organization that enforces Title IX and fights the stereotyping fueling this video, we cheer you!”
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