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Teen sent home from school because her outfit could make male teacher ‘uncomfortable.’

Teen sent home from school because her outfit could make male teacher ‘uncomfortable.’

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A 17-year-old high school senior in British Columbia was sent home from school after being told by her teacher that her outfit was making people "uncomfortable." The incident has sparked outrage online.

A photograph of the teen's outfit—a black slip dress over a white turtleneck— was shared on Facebook by a mom named Bethanie Frank, who detailed what happened:

Frank wrote:

So this CHILD wore this to Norkam today and was signaled out in front of her class and told her outfit was inappropriate because it made her male teacher feel uncomfortable. Then she was sent home in tears. Maybe he shouldn't be teaching if this aroused him,

She added that the girl was pulled in front of the class and told that her outfit "made people feel uncomfortable," specifically the "male student teacher."

UPDATE: A FEMALE TEACHER pulled her up in front to the class to say that her outfit made people feel uncomfortable and potentially the MALE STUDENT TEACHER in the room. No confirmation on whether or not he even said that it made him uncomfortable. So, the female teacher perpetuated rape culture, shamed a young woman? And committed an act of lateral violence against this child.

Sources: CBC
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