Response to These Teens Used Actual Scarlet Letters As A Clever Way To Protest Their School’s Sexist Dress Code:
I have 3 kids in public school. A Prek,5th and 6th grader. Every single school in their district is a uniform school. It’s super simple. Jeans, khakis or navy blue pants, skirts, or shorts (but be no shorter than 2” from knee”). Shirts can be in one of three colors. White and two school colors. My kids happen to all be blue and white. My elementary kids can wear t-dhirtz or polos. My middle schooler must wear polos. And closed toed shoes. That’s it. Any school can do this and there is no difference between boys and girls. Every clothing store in our area has uniforms. My kids get 5 new outfits a season usually. My 4 year old Prek kid has exactly 5 outfits. I just wash the set every Sunday. I buy less clothes since they literally only need 5 outfits for school. I know when I was in school there was no way I could get away with wearing the exact same outfits every week.
Did any one else notice that the writing underneath the tagline says, tees, tanks, swim and sweats. Nothing about bras and underwear… Just saying! I mean really? The girl is in a swim top and sweatpants.