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Student Dress Codes As young adults in todays fast paced ever-changing society it is easy to get caught up in the question of what is right and what is cool Most of the time when kids hear the term dress code they seem somehow programmed to think Un-cool therefore it wont be tolerated These are the same kids who will argue that a formal code of dress or uniform suppresses ones personal individuality state that a uniform is too expensive for them to afford or that it just plain unfair These arguments are statements usually made with little or no thought and very little support to back them up I ask you as students as young adults with minds of your own not to make a judgment with no thought I ask you to listen to think and to see how a unified code of dress can benefit us all First of all school should not be a fashion show Students should know and be able to recognize the difference between what is appropriate and inappropriate attire in different social settings A dress code prohibits the exposure of crude offensive clothing within the classroom For example imagine sitting behind someone in class wearing a tight overly suggestive outfit or ridiculously huge baggy pants that trip you as you walk to your seat Now imagine you not being able to do anything about it because some liberal is screaming it violates their freedom of expression under the first amendment But what about your rights Throughout life there are rules and regulated codes of dress You yourself have no doubt already encountered some of these cases For example wearing a sports uniform special dress for dance for gymnastics dinners church etc Certainly for a job you must wear certain attire that conforms to company policy You cant walk into an interview and state you will not wear the uniform because you think its
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