It seems like every week there's another story about a girl getting "dress coded" at school–a.k.a. the school says a young woman's outfit is too inappropriate. This practice of governing what girls and young women are allowed to wear is problematic–it implies that men objectifying women is acceptable, it encourages victim-blaming, and it ultimately perpetuates rape culture. Seriously.
And today, we have yet another example of a school shaming a young woman for her clothing choice–but with a twist. Eleanor, a high school senior, recently took to Twitter to express her frustration about her senior photo being rejected due to her clothing. "Here's my senior picture. Because you can see my part of my bralette, it was 'too inappropriate,'" she tweeted. "Yet, here's the boys swim team picture." Her tweet included both her senior picture and the boys swim team photo.