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TC's Quoted in Atlantic Monthly Story About the Sexism of School Dress Codes

TC's Riddhi Sandil, assistant professor of practice in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Department and co-founder of the Sexuality, Women and Gender Project, is quoted in an Atlantic Monthly story about the disproportionately negative effect on girls of school dress codes. “Is it possible that we can educate our boys to not be ‘distracted’ by their peers and not engage in misogyny and objectification of women's bodies?” Sandil asks.

Published Monday, Oct. 26, 2015

TC's Quoted in Atlantic Monthly Story About the Sexism of School Dress Codes

TC's Riddhi Sandil, assistant professor of practice in the Clinical and Counseling Psychology Department and co-founder of the Sexuality, Women and Gender Project, is quoted in an Atlantic Monthly story about the disproportionately negative effect on girls of school dress codes. “Is it possible that we can educate our boys to not be ‘distracted’ by their peers and not engage in misogyny and objectification of women's bodies?” Sandil asks.

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