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Students at Charleston County School of the Arts in Charleston, South Carolina, staged a particularly literary protest against a dress code they believe unfairly targets girls. The dress code states that “appropriate, decent and non-distracting attire must be worn” at all times, with no exposed midriffs, bra straps, or overly tight clothing. Basically, any item of clothing that makes it clear you're female is out.

Even some students who don't object to the specifics of the code feel that administrators enforce the standards on female students more than on males, to the point of being disrespectful. Junior Reese Fischer told The Post and Courier,

Sources: The Post and Courier