#4 Principal Steve Thennis said he won’t check someone’s undergarments but does ask they dress appropriately...
...“and if we feel it is inappropriate, male or female, we are going to ask them to cover up.”
Kaitlyn isn't the only one who was outraged at the request to cover up.
#5 One of her friends, Brooke Lanier, created a Facebook page called “No Bra, No Problem” in support.
"The problem here should not have been Kaitlyn's attire, but the morality of the male teacher," said Brooke.
#6 In addition, 300 females from the high school went braless.
"As generations have progressed and women can now wear pants, I hope our movement will help our generation progress to equal treatment of male and female breasts and further gender equality in general."
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