Change the school dress code that’s prejudice against women, and stop shaming women

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alexandra Tucker
Aug 27, 2021
the dress code is sexist against woman

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Ella Young
Aug 27, 2021
Regardless of how old we are, there should be no reason why are bodies are sexualized. It’s hot as hell outside and girls want to wear things that reveal more, and that shouldn’t be a problem. They have sexualized our bodies for years and it’s time we get justice and we get the exact same treatment boys get. I saw a boy with girls sitting down in a row with their asses hanging out yet nothing was said yet a girl wearing jeans is an issue. It is her legs, her LEGS. I got a really cute shirt like 7 days ago and it has its back hanging out I’m scared to walk into that school and to get told I can’t wear my shirt because of my back. No boy or man should be distracted by my back, arms, legs, and etc. The whole saying that they made saying “no butts, boobs, or belly’s” was directed towards woman. No body should be sexualized we are children and even as the years go on we still shouldn’t be sexualized. Not only that but girls sometimes have bigger parts than others, they can’t control it. It just is there….

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sophia russo
Aug 27, 2021
these grown people are sexually harassing younger women. why don’t we teach people to not stare and be disgusting humans.

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Ethan Downing
Aug 27, 2021
Young women in school need to stop being sexualized for how they dress because it’s a way of expressing themselves, stop dress coding!

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Icelasher 2005
Aug 27, 2021
The women’s dress code is something that needs to be fixed in our district! It’s overall a fundamentally flawed thing and should be reformed.

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Ariana Torres
Aug 27, 2021
I'm late of saying something, I was one in 7 people to share this before it blew up. Let me tell u something which most girls can agree on.Yes we shouldn't be showing boobs and ass nobody really wants to see that, but SHOULDERS AND BELLY LIKE WHAT!!!!! Most boys don't even care or noticed it unless a teacher says something and now everyone looking at that individual. It's sad that a girl feels comfortable in her own clothes and is told to cover up like why? Also like my one friend said on here WE CAN'T HELP IF OUR CHEST OR BUTTS ARE BIGS THATS OUR BODIES U CAN'T CHANGE. What do u want me to do cut it all off and look like a stick. We are mostly worried about ourselves, to those guys that do look they can look all they want but if they are not touching me we shouldn't have a problem. Even with a full set of clothes on the boys will still look at us regardless thinking we cute in our clothes. Like it clothes man...worry about teaching us school stuff and life lessons rather then telling us what to wear and make us go to the office to waste time. For the boys durags are apart of that culture u can't take culture away from people like that. Overall this dress code is towards women this is not fair and we want our rights.

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Sofi Ortiz
Aug 27, 2021
women shouldn’t have to be sexualized by grown men and women. And if they worried abt the male students then teach them better, it’s as simple as that rather than having to limit what we wear.

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Brielle Davis
Aug 27, 2021
I’m signing because i have seen so many guys not get dress coded and it blows my mind. over the year i have seen so many muscle shirts and some even have went shirtless ! but i was dress coded in 5th grade because of a butterfly tank top. and i had to borrow my friends jacket when it was over 90 degrees outside. i was in 5 th grade who was i suppose to be impressing ? all i was worried about was to do my school stuff. i don’t have a big chest or a big bottom. i feel so bad and so sorry for the women and young girls who have to go through being sexualized for having a different body type. if you really can’t compose yourself in class because you are staring at a woman’s parts. you should not be there. we come to school to learn. not to be sexualized.

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Mackenzie Hall
Aug 27, 2021
i’m signing this because as women we already have enough to deal with. most of us that are in highschool are minors. there is nothing wrong with showing shoulder or stomach. most of us walk to school in the humidity and not gonna lie it’s really hot. i myself have always worn oversized t-shirts because i am afraid to show my shoulder or my stomach and be sexualized by a TEACHER. i am never sexualized by any of my guy friends for wearing a crop top or showing shoulder in 100° heat. but as soon as i wear something like revealing in front of a male administrator it becomes a problem and i’m distracting. we are kids, literal children getting ready to go into the next chapter of our lives, no ones has time to stare at someone’s shoulder or stomach. we all come to school to learn and hang/talk to our friends. not get sexualized by a principal whom also wears tight clothing. it’s really ridiculous. we cannot help the fact that our breasts are big or our butt really pop in our jeans. we come to school to feel safe and feel loved and respected. i don’t understand, if i am comfortable then what’s the problem, you’re motto is to keep these kids safe and protected and educated right? while why not educate you male teachers not to stare. Also durags are apart of african american culture to help shape the hair, durags are not “gang related activity”. we are kids, not puppets u can play dress up with. please do better pottstown! sickening.

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Danny Eline
Aug 27, 2021
Bruh I’ve already been through school and it’s ridiculous. � I’m signing because no girl should have to go their whole school career forced to cover up. Yeah great lesson to the kids huh� You’re teaching girls to not express themselves and that their bodies are the issue, not the disgusting creepy men. Sorry that we don’t want some old man telling us what we can and can’t wear. It even saddens me when the woman teachers go after girls for dress code. It’s like y’all don’t realize all these male students literal see us in bikinis and crop tops all the time out of school. You are “protecting” The children. You aren’t helping the distractions. You want to help people be less distracted In class? I don’t know maybe actually teach something useful that we need for life. Fuck off with ur pie squared to the second power