Teachers at a school in Arkansas told girls to dress modestly, saying low cut shirts or panty lines could cause a reaction from boys.
SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. - Many parents are calling a dress code presentation at one Arkansas school sexist.
Teachers at a local school told girls to dress modestly. They said low cut shirts or panty lines could cause a reaction from boys.
Many parents were upset with this instruction.
They said it sets a double standard because it's puts the burden on the girls.
"They talked about panty lines and bra straps and how some men would stumble on that and it would be a distraction," parent Jennifer Wilmoth said.
The school's principal said that the intentions of the seminar were good and that boys are responsible for their actions.