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On night two of the new school year, boobs daughters' high school principal sent out the following email: No bellies.

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No buns. No breasts. Lucky me.

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The educational authorities were on the clothing case. Our collective parenting failure to enforce proper dress fobbed off on the public school system. And yet, something was missing.

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Boobs right, male body parts. A well-intentioned new principal, brought in to close the achievement gap sexy an ethnically and economically diverse public high school in Los Angeles had instituted the sexual double standard as official school policy. Over 1, 14 to year-old girls were told, never mind aiming for top grades or a track medal, your female body is "distracting" and it must be hidden. Stupid me. I had neglected to teach my daughters about the male gaze and its female enforcers.

The sexy nu solo girl gif email got me thinking. Across America, were families receiving a middle Danger-Zone-Girls-At-Work message in their welcome back to school greetings? As this episode unfolded, I wondered, was it even possible to devise a nondiscriminatory, gender neutral dress code? Throughout history, what girls have been allowed to wear has been intimately related to what they have been allowed to achieve.

But hadn't all that boobs Apparently I wasn't the only parent at our school disturbed about the sexist dress code, because a "clarification" soon arrived:. I'd like to emphasize that the 3 Bs are for boys as well as girls, although, I admit, outside of the biology classroom, we'd more likely refer to chest rather than breast for boys … To round out our list, and prevent any further misunderstanding, sexy are adding a 4th B … Boxers or any other undergarment students wear beneath their pants, shorts, or skirts — we shouldn't see them.

Really, madame principal? Her botched analogy middle that she just doesn't get it. Is the word "balls" too offensive to include in an email to parents?

1. The "food shelf."

Obsessed with the alluring power of female flesh, the principal seemed oblivious at first to the message she sent to teenage males. Harassment and blaming the school was exactly what transpired in one student Facebook group. The principal's "no buns, bellies, breasts" rule had stoked the destructive flames of rape culture. To make matters worse, the administration's attempt to enforce school dress code has been positively insidious.

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That first email told parents to "scrutinize our kids" before sending them to school: Are you seeing bellies? Or breasts? My daughter was interrupted by an assistant principal during a science lab and told to pull middle shirt down.

Less than a sexy of stomach flesh was showing. Clearly that was school important than her science lesson.