War on Girls: Schools cracking down on whore fashions - UPDATED

Do you see these two sluts? They should be shamed and humiliated off educational campuses everywhere. Look at them! They are tempting the moral creed of innocent boys (and skeevy principals) with their evil, jezebellian lady tricks! Observe their trampy mischief:

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What's that you say? They are adorable, wholesome children dressed modestly and appropriately for public activity in western culture? Well not according to the schools they attend who kicked them out for dress code violations. It must have been those slutty muted tones the wanton harlots  little girls are flaunting.

On the left is four-year-old Marcella Marino who was kicked out of school in Britain for wrapping her hair to look like a bow (the school has strict rules about what color hair bows can be and apparently natural chestnut brown is not one of them). On the right is the daughter of a Huffington Post writer who was asked to leave school for a day for unspecified dress code violations. She is pictured above in the school office modeling the offending garment(s).

What is happening is the war on women is being taken to the microcosm of the schools. OF COURSE. Little people you can control, but it's the bigger people with the problems. This is reminiscent of those fragile post-911 years when the world was faced with the atrocities caused by a terrorist billionaire it took the US ten years to find. In that tidal wave of beefed up security, kids playing with baby powder on school busses were expelled for "terrorism plots". Bring it hard on the dangerous babies!

But back to the strumpets. What's worse, a girl wearing a skirt two inches above her knee while she's learning algebra or pulling her out of class and introducing her for the first time to the concept that she isn't enough, that her sexuality is so distracting that she should be shamed out of learning? Get out of class, baby whore! You're too sexy!

Hey principals, why don't you start controlling the things you need to get ahold of (school lunches! sex ed!) and leave the clothing of the children alone. Thank you and good day.

 

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UPDATE

A commenter posed the theory that the problem with the older girl's outfit was her bra showing. I have a higher resolution image we can examine:

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It appears she is dressed in layers including a tank top or second tee-shirt under her shell that serves the purpose of creating a higher neckline. The wrinkle under the breast is just that, not part of her bra. Now that we have spent our morning scrutinizing a 7th grader's chest, let's all go back to worrying about World Problems!

AND, because I have been criticized in the past for advocating that teen girls run rampant of their own accord, let it be known this issue is about the school overriding the parents' judgement, not the school's obligation to pick up where parenting is lacking. Dude. If I send my kid to school in a turtleneck and she changes into nipple tassels and a thong as soon as she gets on the bus, I want that phone call from school. If she shows up naked,  skip me and just call the police. What are laws for?

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  • Well, there certainly was a lot of "outrageous, outrage" in your blog post. But what exactly is the point? Is just anything girls want to wear OK with you? Should there be NO limits? Should children be allowed to dress however they like? Heck, why not go to school totally naked? Is there no possibly way that clothing could be disruptive? Your blog post is vague on any actual, real world policy suggestions or even any discussion on the reality of discipline in our schools... but it sure had lots of outrageous, outrage.... hyperbole.... name calling.... and the like. Seriously, what do you really think about proper comportment in public? Are there no limits?

    Also, are you one of those that think kids are really just "little adults" that should be free to choose everything in their lives for themselves? If so, why do we even need school? Heck, kids can just make their own way. Why do they need any guidance?

    Further, what does a "war on women" mean? In fact, I'd suggest that in education there is NO "war" on any women at all. Women make up most of the teachers and administrative staff, women make up the larger portion of college students... in fact, women fill education to the brim. It's men that hardly show as a blip on the radar in our schools. So, looking at it that way there is actually a war on MEN in our system of miseducation.

    Seriously, this is the sort of blog post that I find frustrating. Lots of outrage, but no actual point to discuss. Just pointless, inarticulate, meaningless outrage for the sake of outrage.

    (For the record, I agree with you that neither of the girls pictured above are dressed inappropriately. But are you going to sit there and tell us that NO girls are dressing inappropriately these days? Are you living in a cave?)

  • So you see no gray area between going to school "totally naked" and the outfits these girls are wearing? Interesting. And you wait until your last paragraph to agree with me that these kids are dressed totally fine.

    The problem is these dress code violations are special for girls. Usually the codes for boys have to do with slogans and gang signifiers, which apply to all students. Boys don't have these special clauses for their outfits that pertain to modesty. It's not right from a sexist point of view and it's infuriating as a parent who has deemed these girls' outfits appropriate, only to have their judgement questioned by administrators.

    If I say something is okay for my kid to wear, it's okay. To send her home based on some ridiculous special rule is an insult to my judgement and to me.

    As a vocal Republican blogger, I'm surprised you don't want the power deferred to the parents in this situation. Why should administrators come between the decisions parents have made for their children?

  • No, you misunderstood me. I wasn't saying I see no "gray area," I was asserting that your post saw no gray area. All you did was criticize the so-called attack on women without noting any policy that should exist.

    As to power deferred to the parents, that is not a cut and dried issue. I am for local control of schools. I want the Federal gov't wholly out of education. But I am still for local school borads, guided by parents, setting policy. In this case, for instance, I am NOT for allowing parents to decide without limit as to what their kids will wear to school. I am for some sort of universal standards -- whatever that school board decides as guided by the parents.

    Still, I find it interesting that you seem to be saying that nothing girls wear could possibly be disruptive. It seems to me that you are directly advocating for girls to be able to dress like prostitutes and no one should be allowed to say any different. As long as some idiot parent thinks dress like a whore is OK for her little girl, why just let it go!

    I also find it absurd that you imagine girls should be treated exactly like boys in clothing choice. I don't know if you ever noticed, but girls ARE NOT BOYS. Boys clothing do not denote a slutty appearance. Girls are the ones that exude sexual attraction. That is HUMAN nature.

    I am sad when people seem to see nothing wrong with turning our little girls into sex objects. It disgusts me, actually.

    I think that some logical policy can be made concerning girls clothing at school that gives both a modicum of freedom of choice and prevents girls from dressing like whores with their various parts left exposed to rile up the boys sexual energy. School is for learning, not hooking up!

    Of course, there is always the possibility of school uniforms, too. If there is too much mess over it, just make them all wear the same getup. That'll solve it!

  • In reply to publiusforum:

    "I am sad when people seem to see nothing wrong with turning our little girls into sex objects. It disgusts me, actually."

    The person turning these girls into sex objects are the people who have a problem with their clothes. It is not up to outside institutions to policy sexuality, that job goes to the parents.

    What will it take to STOP seeing these girls as sex objects? Burqas? Cover them up completely? Keep them indoors and out of sight? Kill them so they can never be seen again?

  • I am afraid your attitude is wrong headed and symptomatic of the nihilistic, everything-is-relative school of leftism. Your base assumption is that women should not be looked at in a sexual way. This is silly and doomed to failure. Sex IS human. Sexual urges are as much a part of us as eating and breathing. As a male I can tell you that we all think of sex a thousand times a day more when we are in the throws of our teens. To assume that girls cannot dress in ways that arouse teen boys and that this sort of clothing is not disruptive is simply absurd.

    Am I advocating for the old "boys will be boys" attitude that allows boys to get away with anything simply because it is their nature? Of course not, but it is just as silly to assume that by just telling them to get over it and act nice that will be the solution.

    There is a proper middle ground between license and proper comportment in public.

    The fact is, girls should be required to dress in a presentable manner. They should eschew overtly sexual clothing in public and schools should not allow slutty clothing to be worn. It is a distraction, it is immoral, and it sexualizes kids sooner than they need to be worrying abut such things.

    Again, it is just plain ridiculous to think that females can escape ever being sexualized. Like I said, that is human nature. But as adults we should teach both boys and girls to treat each other with respect but the first rule of respect is to respect oneself enough not to dress like a prostitute.

  • In reply to publiusforum:

    So what's the inverse here? Since men "think about sex 1000 times a day" therefore little girls in school should be covered up to their eyeballs, what is the correlation for boys? That women will always see them as violent and therefore boys should be put in shackles in school? That's absurd.

    It's interesting how you took a post I wrote about a few examples of girls who look completely normal and tasteful and made the case that I think girls should be allowed to dress like "prostitutes". By the way, some prostitutes wear Chanel suits.

  • #2 is apparently showing some bra.

  • In reply to jack:

    Really?! Okay, I'll reexamine. That wasn't mentioned in the Huffington Post article and I didn't notice.

    UPDATE - I just scrutinized the pic and I think what you're thinking is her bra in the front is another shirt (a tank top) under the top layer. Most girls dress this way, by putting one layer over another. Probably the outer top had the sleeves she wanted and the inner top made the neckline she was going for.

    I'm curious though, so I'll find a higher res pic and update the post if it turns out to be a bra issue.

  • wymen groups love to show their "superiority" like saying girls mature faster and better than boys ( and hey, its TRUE)

    And that its mens fault for having those sexual thoughts as if it should be punishable by law ( seems like they forget their biology lessons in those wymens groups)

    And dont forget,, "its only a movie/tv show" they spout to those conservatives , when said conservatives object , but its those movies and tv shows that take the place , in many homes, of Dads ( cause , the same wymens groups say, Men are not needed)

    So you blame the "War on Girls" as the culprit,

    When , YET AGAIN, its lack of dad in the home and moms looking to attract men, who give their daughters their cues

  • In reply to socialismisevil:

    The person who did the little girl's hair bow was in fact her father. He is a hair stylist.

  • Lack of dads in the home, per wymen dictates, that leave girls open to bad choices

    and moms looking to attract men that give their young girls their cues

    Stop looking to blame others

    and stop censoring honest posts

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