Braless high school student stages protest after school reprimands her for not wearing a bra.
In December of 2016, Kaitlyn Juvik, a student at Helena High School in Montana was reprimanded for not wearing a bra to school. The issue arose after her teacher, who happens to be a male, made a concerned complaint about students feeling uncomfortable with her lack of attire. I mentioned that he is a male because I keep seeing comments accusing him of being inappropriate, a pervert, a pedophile, all of which is absolutely absurd. If her teacher was a woman, would she be called any of those names? Definitely not. At the most, she would be called an anti-
feminist Nazi. Of course, people on Faceboook swing the story and make the teacher look like some sort of pervert. All he was doing was addressing the concerns of some students. This story has been making rounds again because Kaitlyn decided to stage a braless protest this week, yes, because she’s not looking for attention 6 months later.
She’s kidding, right? My goodness, look at all of those younger girls minds being warped by feminism, “Who here agrees that bra’s are uncomfortable?” and they all raise their hands like drones. I’m not buying it. There are many options for bra’s that are comfortable. This isn’t a new invention. I feel like this is going to bring us back into the 70’s and I will be disgusted by women everywhere braless, hairy legs, and pits.
Girls should not have to wear a bra? As long as “everything is covered up and nothing is showing” guess what? That doesn’t matter. It is obvious, regardless of size, when a woman isn’t wearing a bra. It brings attention to your body. I get it, women want the right to wear what they please. However, in a school setting, bra’s should be mandatory; period. It is inappropriate to do otherwise. Do you think when she gets a job her boss will allow her to walk around that way? In a professional setting, it would be quite difficult to hide breasts that aren’t covered with a bra, even if you use nipple stickers.
Her main issue is that bra’s are uncomfortable, and that is why she won’t wear them to school. Well then, why is she wearing a bra here?
She clearly wants everyone to stare directly at her breasts. Why else would she use this as a profile picture? These are the types of pictures you send to someone you want to bang, it’s not for everyone to see. Call me old fashioned, but I wouldn’t use a picture like this for my profile, it’s whore-y and very attention seeking. Her mother should have a talk with her about self confidence.
Clearly, she doesn’t like attention…
Oh no, look, she’s being goosed and thinks its a cute picture to put up on Facebook. Look at me everyone, a guy has his hand in my ass yet I’m complaining that my school wanted me to wear a bra, and how boys are sexual pigs who can’t accept a woman in her natural state; braless. If you are going to argue the “natural state” theory, you may not want to wear 17lbs of makeup, a nose ring, fake eye lashes, and have highlights in your hair; none of that is natural. Oh, but it’s her “right” and her choice needs to be accepted whenever it benefits her.
Oh, she made him put his hand on her butt? Real nice… “Look mah, no hands!” well, except for the one in my ass! How are her parents okay with this? She indirectly accused the teacher of being a pervert, she claimed the garment was “‘not see-through, not inappropriate’ and that the observer would have to have been ‘looking very hard'” she says boys are sexualizing girls at school, but then posts things like this on Facebook. Double standards.
The principal is savage. I was expecting him to apologize and back down. I’m glad he didn’t. He states:
“School principal Steve Thennis said the incident was not about the fact that she did not wear a bra but that it was because her clothing had made somebody else feel uncomfortable.
‘I’m not going to check student’s undergarments,’ he said. ‘We are going to ask them to dress appropriately and if we feel it is inappropriate, male or female, we are going to ask them to cover up.’
He declined to comment further on the incident, telling Daily Mail Online that it had already been given ‘more air time than it deserves’.”
Good for you Steve for not allowing some young crowd of self entitled students who have clearly been brainwashed by feminism at such a ripe age to allow you to back down from what you believe in, BRAVO!
She clearly doesn’t want attention, that’s why she made this Facebook page called “No Bra, No problem!”
Oh. My. God. Give me a break. When women support each other, incredible things happen. Really? Sigh. I don’t support a young girl, or any girl for that matter going braless at places like school or work. There are rules that need to be followed and if they aren’t followed there are repercussions, end of story.
Her whole statement that bra’s are uncomfortable is ridiculous. I tell you what, when I’m braless I feel like I have lots of pressure on my back. Literally like someone has put one of those huge bags of rice from Price Rite on my shoulders. I could not imagine walking around in a shirt with no bra on. It would garner attention, and that’s something I don’t need or want; seriously. I wear sunglasses and headphones everywhere I go. It’s to avoid eye contact in case I run into someone I don’t want to talk to. The headphones are there just in case they call out my name and I don’t respond, they will think it’s because I’m listening to music; I’m cunty like that.
I can show you boat loads of screenshots of people who agree with what she is doing, but I don’t want to even get into it because when I was reading them, I was having a stroke. I can’t with that bullshit. My blood pressure was through the roof.
Thoughts? Don’t get all femi-nazi on me either. You feminists fight for my right to express myself, even if that means I don’t agree with you. Let that sink in.
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