Teens are pushing back against dress codes in schools because they think they're sexist. Dress codes are often unfairly enforced and send the message that women's bodies are distracting. Others argue dress codes are necessary for boys and girls. It doesn't have to be inherently sexist. It just depends on how it's implemented. The world has rules and students should learn that early. What do you think? 👗
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