The Brushbox flier provided to new students immediately raised red flags, with people calling out the brand for such an inappropriate message.
Although the Texas school district's dress code states that "boys may not wear makeup," students are working with administrators to find common ground.
The ACLU stepped in after there were concerns about the school's enforcement of the dress code, which had been revised to allow leggings.
Trump’s remarks on Tiffany, made in a 1994 interview with Robin Leach, surfaced about two years ago and reentered the conversation this week after Leach’s death.
Descriptions suggested the t-shirt was designed for the fangirl who volunteers just to hook-up to the players. "By the end of the season she's 'dated' half the team."
During the day, an assistant principal pulled Brittney Coelho aside to point out an issue with her wardrobe — the fact that she wasn’t wearing a bra.
Billabong's photos featured what's been called a male "subject" surfing waves and a female "object" posed seductively in a bikini.
American luggage and handbag company Vera Bradley just released a new ad campaign using the hashtag #itsgoodtobeagirl. Inviting their followers to submit reasons why they’re glad to be female, these quotes are then being used on billboards and across social.
Will the wonders of student dress codes ever cease? “Lady Like” and “school-appropriate” is how a flyer about the sexist rules — given to Illinois middle-school students — labeled the image of a headless woman wearing leggings and an oversized T-shirt.
When Australian dress company Réalisation Par began promoting a dress made specifically for helping women use their sexuality to get out of trouble, we were left scratching our heads.
Despite being one of the most liberal cities in the world, it turns out periods are still taboo in New York – at least as far as the MTA is concerned. Outfront Media, the contractor that handles advertising on New York City’s busy transit system reportedly expressed concerns over a series of ads by period-friendly underwear company, Thinx, claiming they were “inappropriate.” The ads depict women wearing modest shirts and underwear juxtaposed against images of food – one, with a cracked egg spilling over a counter and another of half of a grapefruit. Thinx CEO Miki Agrawal told Slate that representatives from Outfront Media claimed the models in the ads “seem to have a bit too much skin” and asked how a nine-year-old boy would feel if he were to come across such an ad.
Photo: Selena Gomez recently wore a sexy red ensemble promoting her new movie, Transylvania 2. Her co-stars, Adam Sandler and Kevin James, on the other hand, showed up to the Cancun, Mexico photo call in sweatpants and shorts. Besides the fact that the 22-year-old seemed to be uneasy flanked by two 40-something men, it appears that her red carpet ensemble left her feeling similarly uncomfortable.