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.
Catholic high school students are protesting a new anti-skirt policy meant to encourage “modesty” and prevent male teachers from feeling “uncomfortable” while addressing violations.
The volunteer EMT in New York, who was wearing headwear that's an important part of the Sikh faith, says the bar committed religious discrimination.
One student spoke up for her graduating class when the school tried to prohibit girls from wearing pants to graduation.
A school district trustee called the incident "unbelievably unacceptable."
A high school in Houston implemented a dress code for parents just one day after denying a mother entry because of her outfit.
A high school student in Kentucky says that she was “extremely humiliated” by a teacher who reprimanded her for a set of overalls, which she alleges are within the school’s dress code.
A Houston mother was barred from enrolling her daughter in high school after an administrator wouldn't let her on the property in her outfit.
"My daughter was dress coded again today," mom Amber Parungao wrote on Facebook. "The assistant principal made her take her jacket off so that she could dress code her for what she was wearing underneath."
Women who work in British Columbia's legislature are now allowed to wear sleeveless dresses, shirts and blouses, after a preliminary review prompted alterations to the building's decades-old dress code. Speaker Darryl Plecas said Monday that a full review of the dress code is underway, but until the report is complete, business attire for women can include clothing that shows their arms. "I am committed to supporting gender sensitivity and awareness at the legislative assembly, a workplace setting that has been dominated by one gender for far too long," Plecas said in a statement.
"I refuse to let this go and my voice needs to be heard!" Texas customer Ben Rios wrote on Facebook after he was allegedly not allowed inside VooDoo Niteclub.
A bride admitted over the weekend that she recently asked a guest to leave her wedding for arriving in his Marines uniform and all his military medals.