Or: How to Demean a Female Teen
Yes, schools are losing more and more power to students, not something I entirely agree with. But slut-shaming via dress codes is another issue entirely.
Take a look at this picture and see if you think this “skirt” was just asking for it.
From Laura Orsi’s Instagram:
Yesterday, Clara Mitchell wore the same skirt I have on in this photo. She had worn it to school before, and was sporting it again for the Science Symposium. However, at 10am, she was dress coded for it being “too short” by Parkview administration who repeatedly made her turn around to “look at the back,” and easily caused her a panic attack, which they then accused her of faking.
What kind of educational environment is this?
Perhaps these questionable employees should look to their own Little Rock School District handbook regarding bullying; one such definition follows:
3. A hostile educational environment for one (1) or more students or public school employees due to the severity, persistence, or pervasiveness of the act.
Maybe they should change pervasiveness to pervertness as teenage girls can be hauled into the front office to have their asses checked out.
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