18-year-old Kaitlyn Juvik was in class like every other day, when she was suddenly asked to go to the vice Principle office. She was informed a male teacher was "uncomfortable" because she put on nipple stickers as opposed to a full bra.
"When I left school, I was so upset That i uploaded a picture of the things i was wearing on Facebook, telling everyone, 'If any one of you are curious, this is actually the shirt i was wearing while i was called out. ' I most definitely wasn't wearing anything at all against the dress code. "
With all the story going viral, Kaitlyn's friend Brooke Lanier create a FB page called "No Bra, No Problem. " The problem here should not have been Kaitlyn's attire, however the morality of the male teacher, said Brooke. "As decades have progressed and females can now wear pants, I am hoping our movement will help our generation progress to equal treatment of male and female breasts and further gender equality on the whole."
"When I noticed they were trying to impose on Kaitlyn's personal expression, it truly irritated me personally, " said student Samuel Tinsley. "By making her change or go home to put on appropriate clothing, they're basically expressing that a boy's education is more important than hers. "
Students guide states nothing about women not allowed to be braless in school. "The reality I was informed it makes people unpleasant offended me because it is actually my body, " said Kaitlyn. "It's my natural body and I'm not sure why that is uncomfortable to somebody.