Students From A High School Are Going Braless After One Teenager Was Told To Cover Up
There have been speculations where students complain that they shouldn't be set dress codes, but this time around it's not about the dress, but what happened underneath. Girls are often asked to dress "properly" and not wear revealing outfits while guys can wear whatever they want to. A teenager from high school suffered a backlash for how she was dressed, which created an outrage amid the young students.
Meet Eighteen-year-old Kaitlyn Juvik.
She was in a her class sitting casually, as she got a call from her vice-principal's office. He then reported that a male teacher had complained he was “uncomfortable” because she wasn’t wearing a bra.
It turns out, she never wears a bra.
IT was claimed that as she does wear covers, but had not worn a bra in like one year.
This is what she was wearing.
It is not revealing, which is why she became so upset that posted this on Facebook, 'If any of you are curious, this is the shirt I was wearing when I was called out.' She was sure that she wasn't wearing anything against the dress code."
This is Principal Steve Thennis.
He was the one to call her down and said he is not going to check someone’s undergarments but needs to ask boys or girls to dress appropriately and cover up if needed.
Brooke Lanier, created a Facebook page.
Her friend lashed out in support and ended up creating a page “No Bra, No Problem” where she said "The problem here should not have been Kaitlyn's attire, but the morality of the male teacher," said Brooke. I believe its the right thing she said.
300 females from the high school went braless.
Because of it, around 300 females then went braless to school and even some boys wore bras to show them support. They all demanded equal treatment from the school authorities.
This is not Equality!
Seventeen-year-old Samuel Tinsley said he feels administration is not dress coding appropriately and should stop objecting to their self-expression. It is unfair that boys always get the excuse about their hormones, saying that ‘boys will be boys.'