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#save the blue, a freshman from Berkeley High School got suspended over dying her hair blue. The school administration decided that she should go home to dye her hair to a more natural color because her blue hair was “too distracting” to the other students. This show’s how schools codes are unfair and extremely stupid. http://thecount.com/2014/11/18/maegan-galloway-blue-hair-sent-home-school-savetheblue/maegan-galloway-blue-hair-school/

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Dress codes are really unnecessary and in some cases they could be outrageous. In Beaufort High School a student got a in school suspension due to her skirt being too “short”. This shows how some schools are very unfair and ridiculous. No boy has ever dropped out due to “distraction” from girls clothing. Girls should be able to wear whatever they want whenever they want. They should be able to express themselves with their clothing.

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Time for a protest;
Middle school girls from Mapplewood South Orange, decide to take a stand against the biased school dress code. The girls wore tee-shirts that said #IAmMoreThanADistraction to get schools to focus their attention on stopping the outrageous rulings towards females. The students believe that this is body shaming females and making them feel insecure about how they look and what they wear. Check out neatoday.org
for more information about the schools dress code rules.


Another student getting dress coded for bizarre reasons;
Stephanie Hughes got dress coded on the second day of Woodford County high school, because her collarbone was showing. Isn't that horrendous? Online potion agreed that the students clothing was school appropriate. Around 6000 people signed the potion made for Stephanie. The disgraceful principle had called the students mom to bring her daughter something more "appropriate" to wear "I had to come to school because according to her schools principle what she is wearing is out of dress code and inappropriate for school."

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