Dress code

A Staten Island principal has been outed as a plagiarist after ripping off a nearly 500 word letter from the Huffington Post and distributing it under his own name.
But maybe don't wear them anyway. Ever.
Students chanted, "What I wear is not my intent."
A Staten Island high school is receiving backlash from students for its newly implemented, hyper-strict dress code, for which 200 students have already been given detention for violating.
They're coming for your shorts, leggings and much more.
Now the stores will just say that they would appreciate modest dress.
The law bends for no man, and similarly, Louis C.K. bends for no famous friend.
"They're, like, sexualizing our outfits by telling us what to wear. And like, I don't know, I guess it's just more important to learn in school rather than be like persecuted for your dress."
"The length of shorts, dresses and skirts should extend below the fingertips with the arms straight at your side."
There's a new dress code at Rikers—XXXL neon green T-shirts for overly sexy visitors.
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