Amanda Dale, executive director at the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, a Toronto organization for women facing violence, says she’s is in favour of factual information, not the modesty-first approach that Princeton Mom and her ilk are proffering. “Inform women sensibly in ways that they can actually make choices,” says Dale. “Treat them as responsible adults who can make decisions about how and where to conduct themselves.”

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