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Pants over yoga pants. At the top of the page are two pictures of me in different pants. Let me tell you a little about my high school experience with clothing. When I was a Freshman and Sophomore, I was groped and cat-called and treated like a sexual object both inside and outside of classrooms.
As I walked through the hall, I remember Senior boys grabbing at my derriere and whistling at me. I remember classmates yelling across the room explicit instructions of what they would like to do to me.
Junior year, I showed up to the first day of school wearing this: A new dress code had been enacted over the summer, and when I walked into my first classroom, the teacher loudly announced that I was going to have to go home. Because my clothing was inappropriate.
The teacher that called me out in front of the class completely humiliated me, to the point of tears. At that time, the dean came into our classes and explained that the boys had a hard time paying attention when girls were showing skin.
I remember being terrified to reach to the top of my locker because if a teacher happened to be watching and the tiniest sliver of skin was exposed, I knew I risked being sent home and humiliated.
Did the cat-calling and groping stop because of the dress-code enforcement? Did teachers even really seem to care when they saw it happening?
Not as much as they cared about the dress code. I want to tell you, as a former student what I am feeling right now when I look back at my high school experience. The emotions I am feeling now, eleven years since graduating, are still just as fresh.
For being female and having the gall to put on clothing that suggested they were female. I was the problem.
The other girls and I were made to feel like our bodies were dangerous. We were not protected.
I hope you can understand that you are not protecting your students with this dress code. You are shaming them and teaching the girls that they are dangerous, and the boys that they are weak and must be protected.Hi, i am doing an essay on how school dress codes at my school is singling out girls on our dress codes.
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Turnitin provides instructors with the tools to prevent plagiarism, engage students in the writing process, and provide personalized feedback. I don’t know where to start with this one. I just don’t. To bring you all up to speed who may not live in my town or know the situation, my old high school has enacted a policy banning leggings, yoga pants, and jeggings unless they are worn with “dress code appropriate” shorts, skirts, dresses, or pants.
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