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Mom was very strict and she had a very particular nature where she used to get so jealous seeing her lady friends having lots of fun time with their daughter and I was the only child to my parents, as I came into 6th grade her jealous grew to such a strong level that one fine day she brought a green dress for me and ordered me to dress in it for the whole weekend, I was so angry at her like any another boy would react hearing it but mom was mom, she shouted at me and forced me to wear that frock which was very girly. Like Liked by 1 person. A lovely story. Like Like.
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And when I find something that fits and seems to follow dress code I always end getting dress coded. Today I wore shorts so short that my boxers were nearly exposed and a pair of slides too. I had to wait in the office and miss most of my A1 class waiting for my sister who had just taken me to school to drop off some jeans for me.
They placed it above your knee. Maybe even last week and when I walked in the cafeteria I saw [a teacher]. When I did I was called to the office because my skirt was "too revealing" and "inappropriate". She an I were both pissed at how they cared more about my legs showing than letting me just go about my day. She was a size M, and the other girl was small.
If that is not sexism, I don't know what is. I was more well-endowed than other girls. The reason?
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I can't help that my hips are wide! I was dress coded MANY times over the course of 4 years at Parkview just for having holes in the knee of my jeans Hearing about this movement has given me so much hope and excitement! They said it was "provocative" because it had a v-neck. I was wearing a crop top sweater about 2 weeks ago. Our dress code stated that skirts had to be knee-length. This shit needs to be fixed.
When I was in high school I had a red, black and white shirt with a joker on it that I wore all the time. Not even a low-cut shirt It's completely sexist that women's' bodies are expected to be shown and not shown depending on standards set and enforced by men. My friends with larger chests were called out on dress code any time they wore a v-neck shirt. While in ISS, she missed five classes and had severe panic attacks.
I wore a pair of dress shirt with black tights underneath as well as a turtleneck top. I was livid, especially because I had been dress coded when there were girls wearing shorts that showed their butts and shirts that barely covered their chests everywhere around me, but my black t-shirt and black yoga pants were a problem. I got told to change. He had no argument, which pissed him off. It wasn't fair that the dress code didn't apply to everyone. Never was a troublemaker in any other way They put my daughter in ISS for five hours.
I was stopped twice today by administration. Want your story to be heard?
I hope everyone learned something today because this fight is far from over. Now… Think about this: That was 35 years ago. Meanwhile, other girls could wear spaghetti straps and no one would say anything. I left the school for one with no gendered dress codes and have never felt happier in my body!
I ended up in a fight with the principal about school uniforms for drill team and cheer being obviously short. I got pulled into the office and told I had to either go home and change or wear my jacket all day bc of a sweater I was wearing.
Meanwhile, the cheerleaders were able to wear their short uniforms to school all day. At one point, my friend was kicked out of his parents house and stayed with us for a while.
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I remember getting suspended for two days in high school over a skirt. My other friends who were bigger busted or had larger hips also got written up all of the time. I totally remember the ridiculous dress code and I think it is awesome that this young woman has started a movement through social media and by being brave When I was a sophomore at Parkview, my sister had just dropped me off at school. A movement is needed a voice needs to be heard.
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I had also been wearing high heels. Thank you for posting this. I was not fat, but definitely curvier and had larger breasts. Then one day I decided to wear a black shirt with my black yoga pants and suddenly I was not only breaking dress code, but also being threatened with in school suspension if one of my parents couldn't leave work to bring me clothes.
Several times in my career did boys wear shirts cut so that I could see their nipples and abdomen. A lot of my friends in high school were buying pencil skirts to wear to school since most of the time they were knee length, so I decided to try the trend. I didn't realize how truly sexist our school actually is. Still, when my shirt accidentally started slipping throughout the day, I was threatened to be written up. My mother was called to bring me a change of clothes, but she opted to take me home after also arguing with the admin about why I had to be singled out.
I have a few more curves and I get dress coded for stuff that skinny girls don't, so it makes me look down on my body more and I'm already very insecure and all of the dress codes are aimed at females.
The male students were often seen wearing shirts full of holes or "work out tanks" with armholes cut way down to the bottom of the shirt. It turned out to be because of my body shape. I cant wear a shirt with less than 3 finger thickness on the shoulder and when you ask the principal why he tells you, you want people to respect you and you wouldnt want people to call you a whore They would make the girls miss recess or let the boys whatch movies while they dragged the girls into the gym to tell us about how we distract the boys.
I was wearing a sweater, a skirt that I tried my best not to have ride up on me because of how awkward my hips are and my long legs. The eyes of teachers follow me everywhere and I never feel secure in my own clothing.
Parkview and all schools with this type of dress code need to be fixed. Smh my dress code is 4 inches above the knees and that day i wore jeans that met the dress coded. I have always been curvier than most girls at my school, but this was ridiculous.
Not even 2 weeks later, I saw a cheerleader wearing the same sweater. I was even told to put on a bra by an administrator. Not once did administration stop me for the short shorts yet my friend was coded for wearing a skirt that was like three inches above the knee.
Has pink always been a “girly” color?
FAQ. It was the 90's. I told them all my friends had literally the same one, why am I being called out specifically? I had to go above and beyond to cover my chest.
Never got dress coded even though yoga pants were against the rules as were leggingsbut dispite being against the rules it was well known that these rules were not enforced so girls wore leggings and yoga pants all the time without getting in trouble. One thing I know for sure is that I was the only curvaceous woman around and I believe that's why I got noticed. Five classes because of half an inch and a lazy administrator.
Maybe teachers should focus on teaching boys how to view women as more than objects, rather than teaching women to cover up and be ashamed. Our bodies don't exist for men to view and critique.
I do, however, understand the complaints of some students who feel it discriminates against them. As a white male teacher, the dress code does not discriminate against me. All office staff told me that I was well within dress code but that they had to do what the administrators told them. This has happened to me several times at Parkview and it is a huge problem. How were my shoulders sticking out of a full length dress distracting enough to withdraw from the education of a full classroom to the extent I had to change?
The jump suit was long sleeved and had long pants; the reason I was dress coded was because it was too tight.
Men are more than capable of viewing shoulders, legs, cleavage, etc. Since he left his house without much, he wore my clothes to school during this time. Girls always were. They were never punished.