“I couldn’t believe that they printed the yearbook looking like that,” said fres…


“I couldn’t believe that they printed the yearbook looking like that,” said freshman Riley O’Keefe (shown above) after seeing her yearbook photo had been edited. At Bartram Trail High School in Florida, the yearbook for this school year contained 80 digitally altered photos of female students in order to adhere to the district’s dress code. The school prohibits clothing that is “immodest, revealing, or distracting,” according to the district’s code of conduct.⁠

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  1. Since when is being modest a bad thing??? There is nothing wrong with having decency and self-respect. Good on the school. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

  2. Yet in that same exact yearbook there are literally pictures of the boys swimming team in nothing but speedos and THAT wasn’t altered. 🐸 🤡

  3. Florida didn’t do anything for gun control after the shooting at a high school there but they care about a high school dress code ? 😮😮

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