Last week I addressed the pressing issue of whether “bro hugs” at work could be considered sexual discrimination, an issue which originated with a reader of the The New York Times “workologist” who said that she felt excluded when the bros at work hugged each other.

Building on that somewhat out-there issue, I asked in this week’s Above The Law whether short skirts at work can somehow be deemed sexual discrimination.

“I know, I know … sounds absurd, but hear me out,” I wrote.

Read the entire article here and find out if there is an answer.