School Sends Girl Home for Inappropriate Outfit, Even Though She's Fully Covered

Share
Tweet
Pin It
Share
Tweet
Pin It
We were completely shocked that this girl got sent home from school for wearing this outfit. In fact, we struggled to figure out what exactly was even wrong with what she was wearing. We've heard of kids violating school dress codes with skimpy clothing, but never have seen someone sent home for wearing so much.

Erica Edgerly posted a pic to Facebook showing what her sister Macy, a senior honor student at Orangefield High School, was sent home from school for wearing.

She explained: "I'm sorry but I have to stand up for my family and for women who are degraded and judged for their bodies and clothing everyday. People wonder why women feel insecure about their bodies or what they wear.. And it's because you're told your clothing is inappropriate when you're completely fully clothed, even when you're not showing cleavage or anything."

Erica continued: "How about instead of body shaming women, school systems should start teaching 15-18 year old boys to stop degrading women with their eyes and contributing to the rape culture of today's society. Bottom line, girls cannot go to school in comfortable clothes THAT COVER EVERYTHING because school systems are afraid that hormonal boys won't be able to control their eyes and minds. And that is such a bigger problem than worrying about clothing."

She later reposted the image and explained the school's policy on skirt length (applied here to her sister's oversized shirt paired with leggings): "The rule is they are allowed as long as it is fingertip length. The front and back of her shirt were that length.. But the small part on the sides was not."

The picture of Erica's picture has since gone viral, with many people weighing in on how ridiculous it was to send her sister home.

Want More? Like us on Facebook

MORE CELEB SCOOPS

Show Comments
Join Our Newsletter
Stay fetch. Sign up for The Cray, our daily roundup of all things buzzworthy. From Kylie Jenner's trendsetting style (btw, puberty goals AF) to life-changing tech news (tweeting an emoji to order a pizza #YES), The Cray is all you need to impress the squad.
Privacy Terms