After news broke yesterday of female reporters being turned away from the Speaker’s lobby for wearing sleeveless dresses thanks to Congress’s business attire dress code, Twitter is clapping back.

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 28: First lady Melania Trump (R), Ivanka Trump (top 2ndR) and White House Senior Advisor to the President for Strategic Planning Jared Kushner (top R) arrive to a joint session of the U.S. Congress with U.S. President Donald Trump on February 28, 2017 in the House chamber of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC. Trump's first address to Congress is expected to focus on national security, tax and regulatory reform, the economy, and healthcare. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Many are calling the dress code unfair, even noting that first ladies and daughters seem to be exempt from this ban (as Ivanka Trump wore a sleeveless dress to her father’s first joint session in Congress), while others see the dress code as another attempt to control women’s clothing choices.

Meanwhile, others are saying that the dress code, which by the way only states that women have to wear “appropriate attire,” is not sexist or unreasonable because men are also required to wear sleeves. One user even points out that the room is a cool 50 degrees year round anyway, so whether sleeves are required is irrelevant.

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(Photos via Chip Somodevilla, Win McNamee /Getty)