St. Louis, MO. Today The Sleeveless Garment Advocacy Group (SGAG) filed a suit in the Appellate Court against Whitman, Hadley, and Yale as a result of a legal argument where women employees are prohibited from wearing sleeveless garments.
The argument erupted over a year ago when Michelle Obama appeared in numerous state affairs with no sleeves and employees requested a dress code change to allow sleeveless attire in the work place. After repeated refusals the request turned into a bitter argument and culminated with the suit filed today.
The stuffy law offices of Whitman, Hadley, and Yale are standing firm on their dress code and believe they have a strong case supporting them as the employer.
SGAG is playing hardball and it is rumored that they will sight the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution, The Right to Bear Arms. Bare Arms may be somewhat different than Bear Arms, but then maybe some women do have Bear Arms and prefer not to expose them with a sleeveless gown.
Johnnie L. Cochran Jr., legal superstar of the OJ case, has been employed by SGAG to argue their case. Cochran, in character, has stated, "bare arms, bear arms. If it doesn't fit, you must acquit."