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Posted: 8/30/2015 12:15:54 PM EDT



BAKERSFIELD, CA - It's happening across the nation. Some schools are adding tight pants such as yoga pants, jeggings and leggings on the list of clothing items against school dress codes. It is happening at schools in Massachusetts, North Dakota, and Illinois. But what about California?


One Montana lawmaker went as far to calling yoga pants 'provocative,' and even pushed a bill to make wearing the pants illegal in his state. However, this proposed bill was later tossed by a legislative panel.


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Originally Posted By JLH3:
http://www.abc15.com/news/national/schools-across-the-nation-are-banning-yoga-pants-from-schools


BAKERSFIELD, CA - It's happening across the nation. Some schools are adding tight pants such as yoga pants, jeggings and leggings on the list of clothing items against school dress codes. It is happening at schools in Massachusetts, North Dakota, and Illinois. But what about California?


One Montana lawmaker went as far to calling yoga pants 'provocative,' and even pushed a bill to make wearing the pants illegal in his state. However, this proposed bill was later tossed by a legislative panel.


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Let me guess which party the politician that made the statement "provocative" belongs to.
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Just make burqas mandatory and be done with it.

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Indeed....dem toes
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:23:01 PM EDT
As a dad with a daughter, I agree this
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:25:31 PM EDT
the school acts "in loco parentis"

they have the right and the duty to enforce a respectable dress code

sorry bout dat
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:25:39 PM EDT
Just outlaw the skinny jeans these kids are wearing now
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:25:44 PM EDT
Remember, what's good for the goose is good for the gander now.



You really want boys wearing yoga pants around high school?
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as a guy, even without kids,  I agree with this.
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hah gayyyy
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Originally Posted By fatcat4620:
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Me too.
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...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.
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Me too.
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Originally Posted By edman99:
Originally Posted By fatcat4620:
As a dad with a daughter, I agree this


Me too.


So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?

Like the guy that made the skinny jeans comment.  If other boys wearing skinny jeans makes your son gay, you got bigger issues.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:36:46 PM EDT
Probably best for the poor guy trying to learn something in class that the girl in front of him not be wearing yoga pants.  
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One Montana lawmaker went as far to calling yoga pants 'provocative,' and even pushed a bill to make wearing the pants illegal in his state.
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Life must be pretty problem free in Montana.

My suggestion for all those little harlots..................

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Originally Posted By OKSoda:

So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?
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Exactly. My daughter only wears "yoga" type pants when she's at track practice. They are NOT everyday wear.....unless you're over eighteen, then I'm ok with them.
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Originally Posted By edman99:
Me too.
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Originally Posted By fatcat4620:

As a dad with a daughter, I agree this




Me too.
good to see so many freedom lovers

 
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Exactly. My daughter only wears "yoga" type pants when she's at track practice. They are NOT everyday wear.....unless you're over eighteen, then I'm ok with them.
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Originally Posted By ecgRN:
Originally Posted By OKSoda:

So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?



Exactly. My daughter only wears "yoga" type pants when she's at track practice. They are NOT everyday wear.....unless you're over eighteen, then I'm ok with them.


Oh I'm more than ok with hot moms, of which there are many here walking around in em.
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good to see so many freedom lovers  
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Originally Posted By edman99:


Originally Posted By fatcat4620:

As a dad with a daughter, I agree this




Me too.
good to see so many freedom lovers  
Where's the line then? Should someone be free to go topless? Full nude if they feel like it? The only thing stopping them is the law.

 
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Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.
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Kids in school aren't free. They are kids.

There are many things schools do I disagree with. A dress code is not one of them.

If you don't like what your school is doing, get on the school board, or home school. We are starting my 4 year old on home schooling tomorrow. But if I'm sending my kids to public school, I would enforce a dress code myself regardless of an existing school code.

Yoga pants, short skirts, etc are nice to look at. Obviously. But I'd prefer my children balance a professional but attractive outfit, instead of going straight for sexual objectification.

ETA: the Montana lawmaker who tried to outright ban yoga pants is a statist. May fuck be upon him.
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Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.
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They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.
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Originally Posted By masheenhead:


They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.
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Originally Posted By masheenhead:
Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.


They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.


And what about their parents choice on their kid's attire?
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why do these so called schools not require a uniform?

if it doesn't require a uniform, it might as well be a day care.
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Originally Posted By masheenhead:
They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.
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Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:

...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.




They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.
They aren't the governments kids maybe parents should do their fucking job.

 
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Originally Posted By OKSoda:
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Oh I'm more than ok with hot moms, of which there are many here walking around in em.
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My wife told me yoga pants are becoming common shopping attire at the mall.

Maybe I should shock her and offer to go along sometime.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:47:26 PM EDT
Meh, maybe 12-year-olds shouldn't be wearing hot pink, skin tight yoga pants with "juicy" written in red letters on the ass.
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As a teenage boy at one time I disagree with this.

As an adult now yoga pants could be a damn serious distraction for a teenage boy

"tight pants" thing may bite them in the ass, in a court case, there are some jeans that are damn tight out on the market.
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Originally Posted By Demosthenes99:


Meh, maybe 12-year-olds shouldn't be wearing hot pink, skin tight yoga pants with "juicy" written in red letters on the ass.
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maybe parents should do their job and politicians should shut the fuck up.

 
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Originally Posted By OKSoda:


So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?

Like the guy that made the skinny jeans comment.  If other boys wearing skinny jeans makes your son gay, you got bigger issues.
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Originally Posted By OKSoda:
Originally Posted By edman99:
Originally Posted By fatcat4620:
As a dad with a daughter, I agree this


Me too.


So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?

Like the guy that made the skinny jeans comment.  If other boys wearing skinny jeans makes your son gay, you got bigger issues.


Bingo.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:50:22 PM EDT
If youre cool with your teenage daughter wearing pants so tight that shes basically naked from the waist down, thats your business. Just dont be surprised to find grown ass men looking - just a century ago a 13 year old was wife material.
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Originally Posted By fatcat4620:
As a dad with a daughter, I agree this
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Then again you or the school have no right to tell my child what to wear at (non private) school.
.

Pre 18 its the parent that decides not some moral busy body church lady  


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Originally Posted By OKSoda:


And what about their parents choice on their kid's attire?
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Originally Posted By OKSoda:
Originally Posted By masheenhead:
Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.


They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.


And what about their parents choice on their kid's attire?


There are channels for changing the dress code, it's not like public school dress codes are harsh or anything.

All they are saying is quit sending your fifteen year old daughter to school dressed so you can see cameltoe from the back when she bends over.

I don't think that it's unreasonable.
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Originally Posted By Riply21:
They aren't the governments kids maybe parents should do their fucking job.  
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Originally Posted By Riply21:
Originally Posted By masheenhead:
Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.


They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.
They aren't the governments kids maybe parents should do their fucking job.  


Like that'll happen.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:53:58 PM EDT
I lost a letter grade in my high school geometry class thanks to the slooty yoga pants girl sitting adjacent to me. Need to ban these along with the short-shorts that ruined my ability to focus during chemistry.
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Originally Posted By ecgRN:



Exactly. My daughter only wears "yoga" type pants when she's at track practice. They are NOT everyday wear.....unless you're over eighteen, then I'm ok with them.
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Originally Posted By ecgRN:
Originally Posted By OKSoda:

So don't let your daughter wear them.  How does what other children wear affect your child?



Exactly. My daughter only wears "yoga" type pants when she's at track practice. They are NOT everyday wear.....unless you're over eighteen, then I'm ok with them.



I made my daughter wear a very long shirt over hers or not wear them at all.

The form fitting is one thing, but when she bent over the fabric stretches thin enough to get a eyeful of what is under the yoga pants.
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Originally Posted By masheenhead:


There are channels for changing the dress code, it's not like public school dress codes are harsh or anything.

All they are saying is quit sending your fifteen year old daughter to school dressed so you can see cameltoe from the back when she bends over.

I don't think that it's unreasonable.
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Originally Posted By masheenhead:
Originally Posted By OKSoda:
Originally Posted By masheenhead:
Originally Posted By FaunaBeware:
...it's funny what freedoms people will oppose despite their claim of wanting to be free.


They're kids, they can be free when they turn eighteen.


And what about their parents choice on their kid's attire?


There are channels for changing the dress code, it's not like public school dress codes are harsh or anything.

All they are saying is quit sending your fifteen year old daughter to school dressed so you can see cameltoe from the back when she bends over.

I don't think that it's unreasonable.


See-
Originally Posted By Riply21:
maybe parents should do their job and politicians should shut the fuck up.  


If the parents don't want to be responsible, then really who gives a fuck?  It's not the gov't job.  

Like schools will ever stop a certain class from calling each other n----.
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Originally Posted By ContrarianIndicator:
I lost a letter grade in my high school geometry class thanks to the slooty yoga pants girl sitting adjacent to me. Need to ban these along with the short-shorts that ruined my ability to focus during chemistry.
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Go on..
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Originally Posted By cyborg543:
the school acts "in loco parentis"

they have the right and the duty to enforce a respectable dress code

sorry bout dat
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Except for when kids are tormented and physically attacked, then they bare no responsibility. Or when anything bad happens.

Public schools are a damn joke.
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Where's the line then? Should someone be free to go topless? Full nude if they feel like it? The only thing stopping them is the law.  
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Originally Posted By Riply21:
Originally Posted By edman99:
Originally Posted By fatcat4620:
As a dad with a daughter, I agree this


Me too.
good to see so many freedom lovers  
Where's the line then? Should someone be free to go topless? Full nude if they feel like it? The only thing stopping them is the law.  


So you would go around raping children if it was legal?
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Except for when kids are tormented and physically attacked, then they bare no responsibility. Or when anything bad happens.

Public schools are a damn joke.
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Originally Posted By ffsparky26:
Originally Posted By cyborg543:
the school acts "in loco parentis"

they have the right and the duty to enforce a respectable dress code

sorry bout dat


Except for when kids are tormented and physically attacked, then they bare no responsibility. Or when anything bad happens.

Public schools are a damn joke.


yeah letting the gov teach your kids is like letting mcdonalds teach you about nutrition
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Banning pics of gun stupid

Banning young girls from yoga pants in school not so much.....good call
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So you would go around raping children if it was legal?
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Originally Posted By AnticitizenOne:


Originally Posted By Riply21:


Originally Posted By edman99:


Originally Posted By fatcat4620:

As a dad with a daughter, I agree this




Me too.
good to see so many freedom lovers  
Where's the line then? Should someone be free to go topless? Full nude if they feel like it? The only thing stopping them is the law.  




So you would go around raping children if it was legal?
So you're advocating we should be free to. See how that works?

 
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You argument has no legs. Women wont run around topless in class or go nude because they have some semblance of modesty from social norms.

Just like you won't rape children, even if it was legal to do so.

People aren't good or bad because of laws.
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If that is the school dress code, whatever I guess.


I wouldn't let my kids wear them.


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the school acts "in loco parentis"



they have the right and the duty to enforce a respectable dress code



sorry bout dat
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School dress code are nothing new. The yoga pants of my day (low rise jeans and super short shorts) were not allowed either, though write ups were uncommon.



 
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I don't have daughters and I agree with it.
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When exactly did Sharia law become so common?
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