Those things you were born with are a menace to our youth! (Still via KOMO News 4)
A large-chested high school girl in Washington was refused entry to her prom for the very reason she probably had her choice of dates to the prom: her breasts were too big. When Brittany Minder arrived at the Central Kitsap High School prom, she was told her dress—the tasteful, standard issue prom dress she'll likely laugh at years from now, pictured above—showed too much cleavage and violated the dress code. She was denied entry until her top-half was covered with a shawl. Because of course, every girl picking out her prom dress can't wait for the big night when she gets to show it off hidden underneath a blanket.
Her parents told KOMO News they think the no-cleavage rule wasn't being fairly applied to girls of different sizes. As her mother aptly pointed out, "All women are not created equal, and you can not compare a golf ball to a grapefruit. It ain't gonna happen."
The parents, and presumably all adolescent boys in attendance at that prom, would like a formal apology from the school.
Get over yourselves, Central Kitsap High School Boob-phobes. We've seen less modest gowns at a first communion.