Wearing a bra is a personal choice. We are going to ask them to dress appropriately and if we feel it is inappropriate, male or female, we are going to ask them to cover up. Now that Kaitlyn has graduated from high school she was braless under her white gown , she plans to attend cosmetology school in Spokane, Wash. If you have opted in for our browser push notifications, and you would like to opt-out, please refer to the following instructions depending on your device and browser. For turning notifications on or off on Google Chrome and Android click here , for Firefox click here , for Safari click here and for Microsoft's Edge click here. FB Twitter ellipsis More. Image zoom. Courtesy Kaitlyn Juvik. Kaitlyn and friends.
Should you stop wearing a bra?
I was leaving my fourth period class at Helena high school in Montana , getting ready to go to lunch with a friend when one of my vice-principals stopped me in the hallway. It was 25 May. So I was surprised when the vice-principal asked me if I had forgotten an article of clothing.
Meet Eighteen-year-old Kaitlyn Juvik.
In Western society , there is an increasing trend towards bralessness among a number of women, especially millennials, who have expressed opposition to and are giving up wearing bras. In , Allure magazine fashion director Rachael Wang wrote, "Going braless is as old as feminism but it seems to be bubbling to the surface more recently as a direct response to Third Wave moments like freethenipple hashtag campaign, increased trans-visibility like Caitlyn Jenner's Vanity Fair cover Women choose to go braless due to discomfort, health-related issues, their cost, and for social reasons, often having to do with self acceptance and political expression. A feminist protest at the Miss America Contest is often seen as the beginning of the anti-bra movement. Women and school-age girls in China, Malaysia, Canada, England, and the United States have been harassed and prosecuted for not wearing a bra.
There have been speculations where students complain that they shouldn't be set dress codes, but this time around it's not about the dress, but what happened underneath. Girls are often asked to dress "properly" and not wear revealing outfits while guys can wear whatever they want to. A teenager from high school suffered a backlash for how she was dressed, which created an outrage amid the young students. She was in a her class sitting casually, as she got a call from her vice-principal's office. IT was claimed that as she does wear covers, but had not worn a bra in like one year. It is not revealing, which is why she became so upset that posted this on Facebook, 'If any of you are curious, this is the shirt I was wearing when I was called out.