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Login or Sign Up now to add this video! Public Balcony Anal Fuck. I am doing better in my classes than I ever did in high school, and I think that the environment in high school needs to be changed to this same atmosphere. In high school, boys and girls both have the same dress code, and I have seen a young man get sent home because his shorts were too short. I do think that all parents should teach their sons to respect women, but we cant put all of the blame on the men.
In high school I saw more young women dress in very revealing clothing than I did going to a very large state university.
The university did not have a dress code, but the women in those classes still dressed appropriately. The parents should be the ones making sure their daughters and sons are going to school in appropriate clothing, not the teachers. Having experienced the high school dress code rules so recently, I am still pretty angry about how students are treated in high school, because of what it did to my GPA.
We, as a whole, say people need to be hip and stylish and not so prudish. It leads to a lot of social issues and a lot of self-esteem issues and it eventually trickles on down to the school staff and they start shaming those kids too, making it worse and blaming the bodies of women for the actions of men, which is a whole other issue.
I am grateful that a couple of people put another perspective on this article. Would they think about sex regardless? Sure — but when a person is wearing clothing that fits their form as tightly as their skin…when — as a comment above stated — saying hi with their camel toe — or I can count the dimples on their ass through their yoga pants?
You got one thing right: You wear yoga pants every day because — as you said — you work from home. Schools are attempting to turn out members of society who may go to work in ANY field — and many businesses would frown on revealing clothing in their employees. Would you want schools to determine what is acceptable based on THAT?
Kids AND parents need to grow up about this issue. As a teacher, I think you should realize how hurtful it must have been to her if, after eleven years, she is still bothered by it. No matter if you play volleyball, cheer, or like wearing yoga pants. I have two little girls, the oldest just started preschool.
Between that and the creepy guys that stopped by my desk a few more times that day, I never wore that outfit again. The point is, wear appropriate clothes. But save the yoga pants for yoga. What do you think yoga pants are? Mine are flares that are almost like dress slacks. And leggings they are see through are actually tights. It would be easy to make the distinction. This shaming of women needs to stop.
I am 60 and still young. I remember why I did what I did in school, why I wore this or that. I also came from a era where people took pride in their appearance. I raised a daughter who went through the pier pressure thing in school and it is hard to succumb to.
But when you want to be who you really are, you are. And I am not so stupid as to think that yoga pants are the only comfortable thing you can wear to school. I am comfortable because I can move, bend sit and breath! I wore a pair of shorts to school my senior year that covered my butt and was a little above fingertip length. I asked how come my shorts have to be long when cheerleaders have short skirts that show their butt when they walk.
Thanks for your comment! Okay, I get it. Then there are always the two percent outliers that take it too far. It has less to do with sex and body image as it does social norms. The arguments made only validate what or societal norms have taught these girls, regardless of what they have on, they are judged, by adults and peers. Who cares how smart or successful you are. I think the focus needs taken off what and put on why.
I would like to start off by saying I completely agree that all of the students should be treated with respect regardless of sex. However I believe that a lot of teens especially young women are not respecting themselves.
I would be willing to bet the school has enforced this dress code because of the message the clothes are sending. These dress codes are enforced all over and for very good reason. I say great to the dress code. Teachers should not shame children into following the code but it is their job to make sure it is follwed.
It is the schools responsibility to make sure children and parents are aware of the rules and also why they are in place. I myself wear yoga pants all of the time per I am 8 months pregnant and they are so comfortable. In my area most of the yoga pants have words on the rear end which should be unacceptable in school. The point of those kinds of yoga pants is to draw attention. Again, on a teenager, that should not be acceptable. Thank you for hearing my opinion. Thank you for sharing your opinion, Cassie!
Schools are forced into making dress codes firmer and firmer as students AND parents push the boundaries of any sort of class lower and lower! And good for you. I know first-hand what misogyny is like and how it damages both girls and boys. Thanks for speaking up! Thank you so much Darcy! I wanted to fist-bump her too!
Thank you for reading and for your comment! Finally someone other than myself says something about this stupid dress code. My son Skyview wore a sleeveless shirt and got in trouble for it! Nothing at all wrong with his shirt. F ing kidding me?!! Because my son is somewhat muscular although skinny it makes girls think about sex.
Pull your heads out of your asses. There are WAY more pressing issues than if you see a kids arms. Give me a break. Bigger issues than girls wearing yoga pants! Outlawing skinny jeans because they get smaller and tighter at the ankle. So over stupid crap.
I graduated from Skyview as well. After reading this I realized something that pissed me off a lot. We not only STILL discriminate, we are as adults and mothers, women who by sitting idly by ignore the women that truly sacrificed everything for the legal right to be seen as equal educators, professionals….
Allowing another generation to continue in the dysfunctional arena of bullshit being produced by a small group of people. I DO care that there are girls walking down the same halls I did 24 years ago dealing with the same discrimination as I did. It may have been exaggerated, however I know out of my class, there were only a small handful of girls we knew for sure had nothing happen to them in this manner. Do I sound too dramatic?
School seems an appropriate place to begin. First of all, I have worked hard to raise my daughter to be a strong, opinionated, kickass woman.
My thought is that school is important and we need to respect the institution the same way we would a wedding or church or court etc. When you think of sports and entertainment, only a very small percentage of our country get those glorious and lucrative jobs based upon those skills, yet the stands are filled for the Friday night sports games and most dress for the occasion in special clothing. We need to elevate education to the same level because most people will get their career from their education instead of the way they throw a ball or crash into stuff.
So, it seems to me that we need to have a dress code to elevate the importance of education. Have you ever noticed that people act differently based upon what they are wearing? What would you think of your teachers coming to school in the clothing that you are talking about? Would they be respected as professional? Would they act the same as teachers? Would the kids act the same? Anyway, I totally agree that girls should be treated more respectfully, it is abhorant what you described.
But, I also think that the institutions of education needs to be respected and one step is to make it a priority by saying that there are minimums of expected dress for teachers, administrators, and students- male and female. Dress codes happen for a reason — education is the point of the school building — not stylish, crass, tight, or offensive clothing.
In fact, in the high school where I teach, I can literally trace every line of our dress code back to its origins. If the boys are allowed to behave as badly and disrespectfully in the school this article is about, or the girls affected are not reporting the behavior, then this is a far different school from the one in which I have spent the last 23 years of my life. You are right that people make school about sports and homecoming coronations and prom.
You are right that the school should respected for what it IS, a school where people with professional degrees are trying to educate the next generations of professionals and parents and many other things.
Speycastrookie, thank you for eloquently putting exactly what I was wanting to say into words. I am also a teacher and I second everything you said. The students act very differently according to what they wear in my classroom. I have seen it in my own career. That is one reason why SO many schools have enforced uniforms. I do think it is very wrong that the girls are being put in the limelight though.
A dress code should blanket the entire school population. I remember going through the same experiences in my life and they can be very scaring. The problem is that the way they are being encouraged to dress is not for themselves but for others. That is completely wrong. It should be to show respect for themselves. Honestly, I would keep the dress code but add that the boys or girls also cannot wear sweat pants and their pants must be fitting properly and not showing their butts.
No one considers teaching boys to control themselves and behave. Cat calling and groping in high school? If that happened at my school the person doing the cat calling or groping would be expelled not sent home, expelled. I am sure the teachers ignored criminal assualt and harassment and targeted you for your clothing. Would they really send you home or do what they did at my school and make you change into your gym clothes. You are an exaggerating lier miss. Its sad that you cant take real world scenerios to make your point because the injustices are out there.
Instead you choose to exaggerate and lie to what garner outrage in this increasingly tollerant and accepting society? You are a lier. As a Skyview survivor who graduated only one year after the author, I can confirm her statements and say that she is NOT a liar.
I experienced the same groping and harassment. When female students complained we were told to ignore it or that it was somehow our fault. Perhaps at your school they handle things appropriately but understand not all schools take care to do so. Skyview would rather blame the victim, and ignore the issue then admit to a problem. Also, please spell check your statements and be careful when making accusations about people. I am all for policing spelling but your credibility is lost when your own comment has grammatical errors.
Interchanging the words then and than completely changes the meaning of a thought. Please provide valid current statistics on the number of high school boys sent to jail due to cat calling and groping girls in school.
Luke — in my school as well — boys who make sexual remarks or groped a girl would be suspended at the least and if the school did nothing there would be a lawsuit. Okay Luke, did you actually use your eyes and look at the picture she posted of what she wore for her first day of junior year? That was clearly from the nineties! My mother who was in high school in the eighties suffered the same thing and she wore jeans and t-shirts.
Use your eyes and your brain before calling someone a lier! Especially with something that was so traumatic to them! That was very insensitive of you, sir. Sorry, but you are the one with blinders on. I was, what they call now, a geek girl. Card carrying member of the Scifi fantasy club at school straight A, student.
I wore prairie skirts to school and shirts that buttoned up to the side of the neck it was the 80s or Gunny sac dresses, hardly sexy clothing. Speaking up to get. I was popular with all the crowds the good ones and bad ones. Because I demanded respect I was never cat called, groped or in any way insulted. If a guy came up to me and was disrespectful, he would be ignored. Or one of my male friends would. I was not at all bothered in school. I would not have tolerated it.
And I took manners in my own hands before I went elsewhere. Yes, I was taught self defense at an early age. It was my fathers way of teaching me not to be a pushover and to always be able to defend myself. I was taught to be a lady and independent. Yeah I remember when I was accused in school and the social services were called and police and I was sat in a room being questioned..
My mate was expelled for failing to go to lesssons. Michael, Everything that happens seems to lead to the male being condemned. The law hinges on the male gender, that is if something is wrong it is because a male did it. No one wants to get to the root cause of problems and the whole mess is just another way of subjugating males and making them the sacrificial animal for women to be free and safe.
Sade that we have no leadership that wants to treat everyone fairly. We are in no shape or form a democratic society…. We are a king on the mountain society, that is who ever can cram the most lies out in the media is king.
Thank you for sharing your experience and your well stated arguments for why Skyview and schools everywhere has got this wrong. The Bible tells us to Love one another, Love has nothing to do with lust. With love we encourage one another in all we do. Think about your feelings when others would be by your side in times of trouble.
Jesus will return soon, love others and do good. Blessings to all, https: When my children first started school and I saw the dress code the school handed out that included; not wearing shirts that had skulls on them and other requests. I thought it was just plain stupid. But as time went on and I got to see first hand and not just the stories I heard from my family.
I started to see why a dress code is necessary. I do believe there should be a dress code for BOTH genders.
As my uncle was a teacher, I got to hear a lot of clothing horror stories. Like the girl who sat in the front row, and refused to wear undies, and wore skirts all the time. And even though he complained to the principle and her parents. He got no where but in trouble himself.
Do I think that the schools go over board sometimes with the code. And you can see they are not wearing undies. It is just plain gross!
I do not want to see anyone with their butt hanging out, their boobs barely covered, or any painted on clothes.
Not even to say the oh so popular undies that pretend to be shorts. Just because you sew a pocket on does not make them shorts! I really do not want to look around and see a girl leaning over and get an eye full of boobs. No one but you should know what kind of bra you are wearing. Students need to know that a school should be treated as a professional area.
But would you dress that way if you had company over or a new business partner? If the answer is no, you need to ask your child to change and let them know why they need to change. And a dress code needs to address both genders and not place blame on the other gender for distractions. As for the sexual harassment, I am sorry that the other students and teachers did nothing to stop this.
No one should have to feel like that. Thank you for the quality and maturity of your post here. I cry bs to what you are saying! For having bodies and young men are not taught too not look at women like sexual objects.
Now with that said, cost is a major issue. Same thing f or shirts that might be a little too tight, that may not be able to pay for new clothes and that is ALL they have! Yoga pants are to be worn to go to yoga. Leggings and stretch pants are to be worn to accessorize a skirt or shorts not to be worn as pant. I repeat stretch pant are not pants!!
This is a good article I agree but it is time that the stretch pants fashion disaster went away not just in schools but in public in general!! It makes NO difference if a man or a woman is wearing spandex leggings, bike shorts, yoga pants, etc. Such statements are generalities to buttress stereotypical viewpoints. I am happily married to a woman that also wears spandex attire, She loves when I wear it, I love when she wears it.
People need to respect one another, period. Whatever a person is wearing, they are not necessarily out looking for an easy,sleazy time. I have several coworkers at a factory where I work that have worn spandex leggings, capris, ,yoga pants, and so on. Not once have I said or done anything that was inappropriate.
No touching, no nasty remarks, no sexual references or comments about having sex with them. I have only looked at them, and that is all.
The ladies look very attractive. I keep myself and my thoughts under control, and show respect for the people wearing it to work. People should wear what they want to wear. Hopefully, people will exercise some self-control when they dress. Whether they do or do not, it is up to each one of us to show that same control when interacting with anyone, however they may or may not be dressed.
What works for you may not work for someone else at all. Teach and learn discipline, respect, and self-control. Then situations will improve. As I type this, I am wearing a pair of Nashbar cycling thermal tights, which I have worn out in public before, and will again. Keep yourselves in control of your life, and never you mind about mine. Sadly there are young women that DO wear very little clothing, or skin tigjt pants in order to attract attention, and as a mother of all boys, I think a little dress code enforcement is great.
Granted young men need to relax on the cat calling, fine, but I must argue that young women do the same exact things. I am also the mother of two boys who managed to grow up to be gentlemen who respect women, can work well with women, know how to control their language and are respectful human beings — despite being hounded by oversexed girls throughout high school.
This is NOT a one-sided problem. I am a teacher and have had boys ask for my help as they ask how to deal with a letter, note, email, or text full of sexually explicit offers from girls who dress as sexy as they possibly can. It is a new generation and more of the sexual catcalls are coming from girls. The two picture at the top…neither of them are yoga pants…or at the least the kind the school and the rest of the world refer to.
The same as if a guy went to school shirtless or with shorts too short. I think modesty is important, but still kind of an odd thing. What is considered modest at a swimming pool or gym, is immodest the moment you step inside a public place.
We need to look out for others. In high school at Billings Senior High I knew a kid who wore shorts that he could stick his dick out of and no one said anything. Mine are flares that are basically knit slacks. I totally agree with you. I hate this idea that women have to be responsible for the way men act. Let me play the other side. How many boys have you seen called out for their clothing? I mean, those boys that wear tank tops and tight t-shirts, they are so distracting to girls.
And those boys that wear the super tight jeans that basically show everything they own. What are we doing about them? Because we hold our girls to a completely different standard than we do our boys. I have a large backside, despite not being a very big girl. I have two choices in pants, swimming in the waist but fits in the backside, or fits at the waist, but a bit snug on the backside.
I always go with the larger size and a belt. Because I hate going out and being ogled and cat-called because my pants actually fit my butt or because my V-Neck shows a tiny bit of cleavage. What the hell am I supposed to do? Dressing conservatively ever stopped a damn thing. Once I had a guy hit my backside, but his hand when further than that. It was probably half butt-half crotch.
So I punched him. I just turned and swung instinctively. But I had had enough. I was not going to take one more hit. In my rage I called him every name I could think of. And suddenly, I was a crazy bitch.
I was the problem, I had over-reacted. I was at a bar with my friends, what did I expect? This has got to stop. It stops when we raise our voices. It stops when we say, I am not going to take another hit. When my daughter was 15 we were at a church function in the summer. My daughter, along with several other girls, were wearing tank tops.
They were appropriate and covered their bodies. Unfortunately, not everyone saw it that way. My daughter was very well endowed at 15 and a female parent came over and told her she needed to cover up and made my daughter come with her to get a t-shirt. Not one other girl was embarrassed like that. She never went to another extra curricular function at church after that. What was it about?? We as people need to impress to children and everyone in our life that no one… I mean no one is asking to be hurt..
Physically, mentally, emotionally, or sexually. No person ever deserves to be hurt!!!!! Like sweats Just my opinion. This is a good article. No matter what someone wears wr as adults who are molding these minds need. So to disrespect them or point them out in front of their peers is totally degrading.
This is why we have teen suicides, abuse or whatever. These kids have not had to learn to respect each other no matter whAt they wear or look like. Lets teach our boys to respect that girl who is wearing a skirt a few more inches higher than her knees.
Lets teach them to look at her ad a woman and not a piece of meat. Boys will be boys. So we do know they will have and will be a little more sexual than necessary. But if we teach them to respect each other then maybe no matter what someone wears they show them the respect they deserve.
I had the same experience a couple of years ago with my daughter, who was in the 6th grade. She wore one of those outfits you see in the stores, that has the stretchy pants and a baby doll type long shirt. She wore it to school and they sent her home because they said it looked like tights and a short dress. So the cheerleading outfits are mini skirts and belly shirts, but a girl wears a pair of stretchy pants with a long shirt that covers her bottom and the latter of the two is inappropriate?
Mind you, they also sent her home because her locker door got caught on the bottom of her pants leg and made a small hole near her shin.
They also said this was inappropriate because there was a hole in her jeans that showed skin. Yup you heard that right, shin skin is indecent as well apparently. This article really hits home with me! If any of the boys in her school did half of the things you describe in your high school experience I would be appalled and take it up with the school, as well as their parents. Women should be respected and cherished at all ages, no matter what, because they are Gifts from God.
I had a similar experience. High school was a daily gauntlet of ass-grabbing, pinching, rude jokes and gestures. The teachers did nothing to stop it and one encouraged it. I graduated high school in I thought we had come a lot further, but your post suggests otherwise. I want to start by saying that I fully support and sympathize with your experience in High School regarding dress code and the way your school staff handled it.
The events that you described were completely inappropriate. And no, I could not tell the difference. But as a school staff member myself, I can attest to the fact that not everyone understands what it means to wear clothes how they were meant to be worn. Take these pictures for example: But not everyone does.
If you know me at all, which most of you reading this probably do not, you would know that I support individualism and the unique qualities and styles of others more than most. I, myself, do not conform to satisfy the masses. Which leads to my one and only important point here: Schools are environments meant to mold and shape the young people of our future. These students are expected to learn and follow rules set by the institutions they attend, preparing them for life after graduation.
Not everyone is going to be lucky enough to work from home like you. But the fact of the matter is, life outside of high school is full of rules and codes. I totally felt the same way about the pictured yoga pants but could not put it into words.
The pictured yoga pants are not a good example of how revealing and immodest yoga pants can be. I think most would agree that both of these pictures are appropriate and professional. Kelly — thank you. The real world has rules. Sometimes they even call them laws. The real world has jobs with dress codes. I really like this article. It really shows how ladies are being treated from the guys. Very pleased someone spoke up about it! Thank you for sharing your story with the world.
No one could ever separate me from my style of clothing but myself. I agree with Tanner Rienhart that these students are learning how to dress appropriately to prepare for the work force. The one thing you have to remember is that this could be a whole lot worse. I remember high school with you as all the popular kids treating the band nerds, art nerds, and nerd nerds like garbage.
Trying to start fights with us or calling us names in the hallways and locker rooms. I work in Salt Lake, Utah. Mormon capital of the world. Our states dress code is way harsher than probably any in the country. The rule is sleeves and to the knees. No tank tops, no skirts, no pajamas, no leggings, no holes in the pants above the knee, no bandanas, and no hats. Camis need to be worn under V neck shirts. Your dress has to be to your knee or you have to go home and get leggings.
Girls have jackets, shawls, or straps added to there dress. Since I have been in this environment now you 7 years it is interesting to see with these rules the students treat each other better. I am so glad my students are not treated the way I was back in school. Sign Up For Free. OR Sign in with Pornhub. Wet pussy in yoga pants - lesbians. Booty round ass babes fucked. Valerie Kay's homemade college threesome.
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