Skip to comments.Too Much Cleavage for Prom, or Discrimination?
Posted on 06/05/2013 1:11:26 PM PDT by illiac
Washington high school senior Brittany Minder was hoping for a memorable prom night, and that's exactly what she got ... just not for the reasons she anticipated. School officials at the dance told Minder that she had one choice: she could either cover up her cleavage, or go home, telling her that her dress was in violation of their dress code.
The code allows for strapless dresses, but cleavage and midriffs must be covered. Minder argues that she was unfairly targeted because of her size and that she's limited as to what she can do to 'cover up.'
"I feel that it's because I am bigger chested, and there is more cleavage that you can see, and I don't know what I can do about that," she told a local reporter. "I felt self-conscious, and it took the magic out of the night."
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That’s her. I actually like a little meat, but I can’t tell from the shot if she is just curvy or just obese.
Hehe...I wear the badge proudly ;)
Having said that, having a bodice that only comes half way up your torso is going to leave a lot hanging out no matter how you are built.
I see the problem, and the school made the correct call.
Yup. Looks like Meghan McCain.
You’re dead wrong. I saw this girl on t.v. and she is no ditz. It showed her dress and you could tell that the poor girl has enormous breasts but the dress itself was not at all low cut. Some idiot educrat screwed up badly and ruined this poor girls prom.
No, you don’t want to see this unfortunate girl’s large breastes spilling out of her badly fitted gown
Like two hogs wrestling under a blanket and coming out for air
I’m always shocked at what parents will allow their daughters to wear in public. BTW, the girl could stand to lose a few pounds. If she weighs this much as a teen ager, what will she weigh when she’s middle aged? It’s not healthy.
I am more concerned about whatever that is hanging out over the dress into the armpit area. Ohhhh, I think it’s called FAT. Cover that nastiness up.
I’m amazed at how my daughter in law dresses....not much hidden - even at work....
You can't pour 18 ounces into a 12 ounce bottle.
She’s asking for trouble wearing a strapless in high school.
Is that you, Mayor Bloomberg?
But you can die trying... ;-)
If you’ve not been there, don’t judge. Very difficult to find clothing for big busted young women. Difficult enough for us older ones!
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