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a minimum of 40-60 girls were dress coded at my school this morning, but not even ONE male was. a percentage of those girls weren’t able to have a change of clothes delivered to them by a parent and were forced to miss a number of final exams. no one at our school has ever been particularly fond of the dress code, however this is taking it too far. if you’ve successfully fought/know someone who successfully fought against dress code please help us by informing us on how to go about ridding our school of this sexist code. honestly, calling a student a skank???? NOT OKAY. we live in Southern California, and right now our weather averages about 100°F (roughly 38°C) and girls are expected to wear long pants. girls were FORCED to miss FINAL EXAMS just because what they were wearing was deemed “distracting”. a large portion of these girls proved they were not breaking dress code (no shorter than four inches above the knee) by measuring with a ruler, but were not released. please help spread this and let us know if there’s any way to fight this without causing us more trouble!

  • Duke: Imagine if someone handed you a box full of all the items you have lost throughout your life.
  • Barbara: It would be nice to get my sense of purpose back.
  • Dick: Oh wow, my childhood innocence! Thank you for finding this.
  • Tim: My will to live! I haven’t seen this in 15 years!
  • Stephanie: I knew I lost that potential somewhere!
  • Jason: Mental stability, my old friend!
  • Duke: Guys, could you lighten up a little?