6 Outfits School Officials Ridiculously Banned For Being ‘Too Revealing’
Stories about enforcing strict or made-up dress codes on young female students by schools seem to be everywhere. Often, the reasons behind punishing these young ladies just doesn’t make much sense. These six recent examples of dress code enforcement gone extreme will surely have you wondering what the people in charge of these places are thinking.
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Alexus Miller-Wigfall was given a suspension for wearing this dress to prom becuase it revealed to much cleavage. The Pennsylvania student had even submitted a photo of the dress to her school for approval, which is now required at many schools for female students. Fortunately the suspension was overturned.
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Houston-based writer Jef Rouner was shocked to find out a teacher had made his five-year-old daughter wear a t-shirt to cover her shoulders beacuse it violated school dress code. His response, “The Apparently Immoral Shoulders Of My Five-Year-Old Daughter,” points out most dress codes focus on women’s dress.
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North Carolina high school senior Shafer Rupard’s prom outfit was certainly not too revealing, but that didn’t stop a teacher from kicking her out of the dance because she didn’t like her red pants. Rupard’s school doesn’t even have a dress code. In the end the school apologized and refunded the prom ticket.
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