school dress code

*It shouldn't be Project Runway, where people judge you on every aspect of what you're wearing. Herein lies the problem. Dress
"I learned something very important about myself: I am a whore."
Girls are bombarded. Daily. Hourly. Constantly. With the shoulds and the should nots. You should act this way. You should project this image. You should be careful not to project this image.
Unfortunately, policing of females doesn't diminish as we get older and it trickles into our social lives, our interactions with the general public and at work. Dress codes -- on paper or through verbal expectations -- are an easy way to determine if there is disparate treatment of the genders.
The debate on school uniforms and dress codes is intensifying as many parents and educators are increasingly concerned about the trend toward inappropriate dress in schools.
A Kentucky mom shared her frustrations with a local high school's dress code after her daughter was allegedly sent to the
The transition to high school announced itself in the form of the middle school prom. Somewhere in that elusive moment between childhood and adulthood, my daughter floats in her too-short dress. Or, rather, in her Spandex underpants.
When I was interviewing for my current pastoral job, one of the questions asked of me, in one of the many different conversations I had with various committees, was, "What does the Virgin Birth mean to you?"
We can teach our children there's a time and place for cocktail or beach attire without shaming girls for their bodies. And we need to teach and show boys that a girl's attire or presence at a party doesn't mean she's fair game.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this post misidentified the city in which Lone Peak High School is located. Finlayson said
Stone took her daughter out of school on Monday and planned to return her after the pink was out of her hair. "The pink and
Make no mistake: dress codes are increasingly becoming an excuse for sexualizing women and disgracing young girls for the apparent pleasure of those in power. It's bullsh*t.
Recently, something happened in my house and it got me thinking about how our children's clothing tastes, and maybe their perceptions of bodies and modesty, are really formed.
A high school superintendent in Oklahoma is in hot water over some alleged comments she made about female students' attire
The student's mother previously explained their religious practices to the district board of education with a letter from
"We're not in the business of measuring skirt lengths," Timmerman said. "We are in the business of educating a new generation