Pants only!?

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit ruled that a North Carolina charter school can’t keep girls from wearing pants—and force them to wear only skirts, skorts or jumpers.

The school founder claimed that the uniform rules promote chivalry “based on the view that girls are fragile vessels deserving of gentle treatment by boys,” the June 19th issue of The Dallas Morning News reported.

That’s discrimination against female students the court ruled 10 to 6.

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