A now-viral Facebook post claims black men were denied entry for alleged dress code violations — but white patrons wore hoodies without incident.
A high school junior was disqualified from a district cross-country meet for wearing a hijab, despite it never being a problem in the past three years of her high school athletic career.
A 17-year-old was turned away from her senior homecoming dance because she opted to wear a jumpsuit instead of a dress, which was allegedly against the event's "dress code."
A 9-year-old who was dress-coded for wearing a tank top responded by wearing a shirt that read, "Right to bare shoulders."
The updated dress code is meant to ensure students are not unfairly disciplined for clothing choices based on their "gender/gender identification, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, body type/size, religion, and personal style."
“The staff reminds us to love ourselves every day, but if you want us to love ourselves so desperately, then why tell us to cover ourselves when you see us?” one student said.
One critic advised the Catholic priest to instead preach that men should respect women and not treat them as sex objects. "Pray on that."
A woman in Pennsylvania is speaking out about being asked to leave a restaurant because of her outfit.
Ava McDermott and her friend Sophia created a Change.org petition that inspired their school district to write a new dress code.