- My age:
- What is my Sign of the zodiac:
- I'm Leo
- My figure features:
- My figure features is skinny
- What I like to drink:
- My piercing:
- I don't have piercings
Kaitlyn Juvik is undeniably a beautiful girl. But, the Montana teen with the eye-catching smile and big brown eyes gained much more attention than she ever anticipated when she attended class braless. While in her senior year at Helena High School, Kaitlyn was thrust into the spotlight when she decided to forgo her bra. Kaitlyn was allegedly asked by school administrators to change her clothes because someone complained that the way she was dressed was making them uncomfortable. Because of the complaint, Kaitlyn was given a dress code violation, but anyone who thought that the fashion faux pas issue would end there was greatly mistaken.
She claimed she was being harassed, and complained publicly. Subscribe Manage my subscription Activate my subscription Log in Log out. Investigations Narratives Pulitzer Winners.
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Here also is a direct link to the podcast. Administrators said she was distracting other students, and told her to change.
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Manage my subscription Activate my subscription Log out. Gradebook podcast: Braless teen sparks dress code debate in Florida high school Do girls face double standards in school clothing rules?
Teens protesting high school dress code fight for right to go braless, wear shorter shorts
A Manatee County school district spokesman said the district is looking into the situation, including the school's actions, and noted the student was not disciplined. Connect with us. Regions Tampa St. Letters to the Editor Submit a Letter. One dead, two injured in crash on U. Photo gallery: Bucs vs.
A Manatee County teenager recently went to high school without wearing a bra. They also offered her bandages to cover up.
My high school abolished its sexist dress code. things got better.
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Her story has gone viral.