A grade 10 student attending Essex District High School in Ontario has been suspended for protesting the school’s dress code.
The young lady told the CBC that she and several of her friends were sent home or punished after being told to change their shirts because their bra straps were showing.
To protest what she thought was an unfair rule, the young lady and her friends made posters calling the dress code “rape culture” and put them up around her school without seeking permission from the administration first.
Watch as I show you why - for once - I think the school is doing the right thing. I'll show you what the dress code actually says about how both boys and girls at the school should be dressing.
In CBC’s story about the young lady’s protest and subsequent suspension, they didn't tell you the full details of the dress code. Instead CBC breathlessly reported on a 15 year old’s interpretation of the dress code, and her feelings that it was unfair.
If you've ever met a 15 year old, you know they think everything is unfair.
This isn't a news story at all - it's a child's tantrum unchecked by their parents as reported in the state broadcaster because feminism and rape culture or something.