- June 08, 2014 - 07:46
I agree, I do not think that clothes or lack of them are going to really change what is in the mind of another, male or female. Compare the Victorian age, when women were clothed head to toe and men would try and catch a glimpse of an ankle! And table cloths had fall to completely to cover the table legs - guys would get turned on by a table leg? How nutty was that thinking? The more men are exposed to the female body the less they are going to be bothered by it. Victorian vestiges still linger today and thankfully those Menihek girls , and many others today, are not going to put up with it any longer. Freedom come in many forms and this business of dictating what others should wear is not about sexuality but more about politics, power and mind control. In my opinion.
- June 03, 2014 - 08:14
What is wrong with teaching KIDS that there is a time and place to wear revealing clothes. School is not one of them. This is not about exploring sexuality, self expression or anything other than teaching self respect and respect to others. If parents are not involved in there childs life enough to show them how to dress appropriately what else is being left out of the childs life.
- June 02, 2014 - 08:07
Dress codes or school uniforms, what's the big deal, they're children, not adults.