In the nineteenth century, it was a misdemeanor offense in Tucson for a person to appear in public in the dress “not of his or her sex.” The question is, would it be worse for a woman to be in pants, or NO pants?!?
Constitution of the State of Tennessee Article XI Miscellaneous Provisions Sec. 15. Religious holidays. No person shall in time of peace be required to perform any service to the public on any day set apart by his religion as a day of rest.