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Boys come to school in skirts in protest
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I'd so do this. Smart way of protest. I like it!
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Posted 6/22/17 , edited 6/22/17
I remember my school uniform

we couldn't wear jeans
and if we wore a skirt it had to be atleast to our calf, a little above the ankle


my senior year I wore these leggings, that looked like jeans, but it was stretchy leggings, like not even a zipper or button lol
and all of a sudden 8 months later this bitch of a teacher told me I had to either go home, or change clothes
and Im like

...I have no clothes here?
and its not jeans??? wtf

this is also a school that banned high fiving people, and hugs fuck schools, im homeschooling my kids
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I think the best way to handle this situation is to ignore them completely. If they are wearing one of the uniforms, then that is their problem.
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Rujikin wrote:

Why didn't they wear kilts? Why skirts?


Because boys KNOW what girls wear under their skirts.

The "Scotsmen" issue remains unresolved.
https://youtu.be/RyuUXNAq7lM?t=1m14s
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Rujikin wrote:

Why didn't they wear kilts? Why skirts?


octorockandroll wrote:

There's an all girls school in my town that had the opposite issue. They need to have skirts as part of their uniform and that includes winter.

Canadian winter.

School uniforms are fucked up.


School uniforms are indeed a moronic idea. Way to hurt poor students by shafting them


Kilts are heavy and thick so they're generally pretty warm. It would sorta defeat the purpose.
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Posted 6/22/17 , edited 6/22/17
I don't blame them, but, as someone who wears work jeans in 100+ F, a mean part of me is sniggering.
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
Cuuuuute.
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
Whatever works is fine, I guess.

There's a heatwave here too where I live. It's like you cans ti around and do nothing and you'll still be sweating a lot. Good for them that they found a way.
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
Good for them.
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17

Rujikin wrote:

Why didn't they wear kilts? Why skirts?


octorockandroll wrote:

There's an all girls school in my town that had the opposite issue. They need to have skirts as part of their uniform and that includes winter.

Canadian winter.

School uniforms are fucked up.


School uniforms are indeed a moronic idea. Way to hurt poor students by shafting them


Some school girls have had this problem in winter. Many schools now let them wear trousers as an option in winter now.
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
I'd say just give both girls and boys the same uniform, and then allow for a short sleeve + short trousers version in the summer.

This would avoid so many problems. If you come up with a gender neutral solution, then gender specific problems should be much less frequent.
Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
It's also cause maybe clothes don't inherently have a gender
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How unique to think that students would get such a creative idea to express what they feel should change. It may sound silly at first, but it must have taken some planning to get 30 or so people to do this at the same day. Major props!
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Posted 6/23/17 , edited 6/23/17
They had to get their parents on board with the plan, too.
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