Utah principal apologizes after dance hemline debacle
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"The message that you’re sending to these girls is instead of empowering them and educating them and helping them to feel strong and confident and secure," Robins said, "you’re taking their confidence and you instill in them a message that they’re immoral when they’re not."
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