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North Dakota High School Bans Leggings, Jeggings And Tight Jeans Fixed


If you're waiting for this to get less offensive, don't hold your breath. Basically, the fogies in charge at Devils Lake have recently instituted a new policy prohibiting female students from wearing "leggings, jeggings, and tight jeans." This isn't the first Leggingsgate instance we've seen recently, however, in this case, the faculty added insult to injury by actually comparing teenage girls with sex workers. According to Valley News Live, "The assistant principal said they had the girls watch two clips from the movie Pretty Woman and compared their attire to the main character...who is a prostitute."




North Dakota High School Bans Leggings, Jeggings And Tight Jeans


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No, I am not right. Dress codes are sometimes necessary, but they should not be used as excuses to control the female body and exempt boys from the responsibility of controlling themselves. Luckily, some Devils Lake parents agree. Candace Olson, who's son attends the school in question, told Valley News Live, "A lot of the parents went on Facebook and we were discussing it. They were talking about how they think the boys should be able to control themselves and the girls should be able to wear the leggings and the jeggings and you know, the squirts and stuff. And when I was in high school, I think we wore a little bit more provocative clothing."


A North Dakota high school has banned female students from wearing leggings, jeggings, or tight jeans, citing concerns that such attire can be distracting to their male classmates, and also makes girls look too much like a pre-bathtub-scene Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman.


Here is an article that will surely get opinions flowing on both sides of the issue. A school in North Dakota has banned girls from wearing leggings, jeggings, and tight jeans. The argument is they are too distracting for boys and male teachers to handle.


In the United States, the wider adoption of yoga pants proved controversial for schools.[29] Some schools adopted dress codes banning yoga pants for all students, or banning them only for female students.[30][31][32] Bitch magazine argued such bans are largely gendered, focusing on the damage caused by supposed "distraction" of boys by girls in tight clothing;[33] similar complaints caused a ban in Rockport, Massachusetts, that was quickly reversed.[30] In Montana, a 2015 bill supposedly sought to outlaw both yoga pants and leggings,[34] but the representative concerned, David Moore, claimed that this had been a joke.[35]


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