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This girl done her sister a shining T-shirt to fight back against sexist dress codes

This girl done her sister a shining T-shirt to fight back against sexist dress codes
(Picture: Isabella Rossellini)

In case you haven’t noticed, school dress codes keep popping up in the news recently.

Mostly since they’re scarcely always directed at women or girls.

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Girls are told that their shoulders are ‘inappropriate’, that their skirts need to be longer, that their habit choices are somehow obliged for distracting other students.

Most students respond to this sexist nonsense by possibly gritting their teeth and usurpation the rules, or fighting back by stability to wear whatever the heck they want.

18-year-old Isabella Rossellini has a opposite approach.

Her little sister, 13-year-old Grace, had been done to feel impossibly worried for wearing an off-the-shoulder top to school.

This girl done her sister a shining T-shirt to fight back against sexist dress codes
(Picture: Isabella Rossellini)

‘Instead of a womanlike teacher promulgation her to the bureau to establish if it was indeed breaking dress code, she was instead just given unwashed looks and a few comments from teachers until she was so worried she WANTED to change,’ Isabella told metro.co.uk.

Grace was left feeling broke and upset, and worried that her teachers may not perspective her as the good tyro she is – simply since of what she was wearing.

When Grace told her sister about what had happened, Isabella was fuming.

She motionless to make Grace something new to wear next time a teacher commented on her outfit: a T-shirt covered in an reason of since school dress codes are ‘BS’.

This girl done her sister a shining T-shirt to fight back against sexist dress codes
(Picture: Isabella Rossellini)

‘I motionless to make the shirt especially since we wanted to do some-more than just complain about it to my friends and followers,’ Isabella told us.

‘I wanted her to wear the shirt to school to show the teachers and expertise that she was not going to lay down and be beaten.’

She shared pictures of the T-shirt on Twitter, where it fast racked up some-more than 2,000 retweets and messages of support.

Isabella told us that while she and her sister have never discussed feminism before, the T-shirt has sparked the conversation.

‘She’s intensely intelligent and has gained a lot of seductiveness in concepts of feminism after this,’ Isabella told us. ‘So we know she will continue to investigate and tell her friends about what she learns.

‘If a dress code is going to be enforced, it should be the same for everybody and the manners should be concrete.

‘Students should not feel like they are being abashed by their teachers, but instead like when a crony tells you we have peppers in your teeth. ‘

They should be means to count on these teachers to TEACH them how to be a successful person and not slur them for their mistakes.’

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