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It seems like there's a viral story pertaining to unfair dress codes weekly, where students take on administrations to create a less sexist learning environment. That's exactly what students in Florida are doing this week, where students started a "bracott" to protest their school dress code. The "bracott" encouraged students to go braless, if they were comfortable, to protest the recent targeting of a fellow student, year-old Lizzy Martinez, for a perceived violation of her school's dress code.
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By Mekita Rivas. She also suggested that boys could participate by placing Band-Aids over their nipples and on top of their shirts.
By Avery Matera. By Shammara Lawrence. The teacher and your school system should be ashamed.
When asked to comment on Monday's event, however, Michael Barber, the school's director of communications, told us that, "The day was completely uneventful and no Braden River High students were disciplined in any for anything to do with the alleged protest. After a male classmate reportedly called her outLizzy allegedly faced an uncomfortable encounter with Braden River High Dean Violeta Velazquez, who ultimately decided that the Band-Aids were the solution.
View on Twitter. Lizzy Martinez, the year-old student who was reportedly told to use Band-Aids to cover her nipples by an official at her schoolis using the situation to spread awareness about dress codes.
In case you need a quick refresher on how the whole situation went down: Lizzy said she decided not to wear a bra since she had sunburned shoulders. Thanks for your work, Lizzy. On TwitterLizzy wrote, "I decided not to wear a bra today and got pulled out of class bc one of my teachers complained that it was a 'distraction to boys in my class.
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Speaking to Teen VogueLizzy shared how the protest turned out.