“HEY, WHY DON'T YOU WEAR A SHORTER SKIRT?”

@article{Rogers1997HEYWD,
  title={“HEY, WHY DON'T YOU WEAR A SHORTER SKIRT?”},
  author={Jackie Krasas Rogers and Kevin D. Henson},
  journal={Gender \& Society},
  year={1997},
  volume={11},
  pages={215 - 237}
}
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