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    A movement by and for inappropriately dressed girls & women

    For a few years now, come summer, you can read articles like the one below - feminists have been trying to make a major political issue out of women being able to dress however they want wherever they want - against all logic. Society expects people to dress a certain way at certain events; you don't go to for instance to a church, a funeral, a school or your job in beachwear unless you work on a beach. And children learn this early on in life, at school. That's common sense - but now all of that is being questioned; if feminists have their way young girls/women will run around half naked in public settings. We'll be collectively sliding down one more step on the ladder of civilization.

    The western press not only finds this a legitimate issue but is building it up, year after year, until it becomes another artificially created mass movement. In my country there have been several teen girls who became poster children for this agenda, the latest is Beatrix Yavuz (14 yo, see pics below of what she wore to school) - I presume she's half Turkish and her Turkish parent is quite liberal - and that makes her of course the perfect material for the media to work with. The story line is always the same - girl complains about not being able to dress in certain types of light clothing at her school because it's forbidden and/or she was criticized for violating the dress code by the school/teachers, girl feels slut shamed & discriminated against and the media report on it like it matters, pretending it's all about individual/women's freedom. Beware the power of western teenage girls, they rule the planet.





    Seriously inappropriate in a school setting. For shame. Back in my day sister Machteld (a nun who was also the principal) would've dragged her off the school ground by her ear and sent that brat home.

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    Disney World guest says she was forced to wear gift shop T-shirt

    A Disney World visitor claims that park staff forced her to put on a gift shop T-shirt after informing her that her strappy, cropped top “isn’t appropriate.”

    Alyssa Schueller recorded an incident at Epcot in Orlando, Florida, last week in which she was escorted by staff to change her clothes in order to comply with the dress code.

    “Getting escorted to a free shirt because mine ‘isn’t appropriate,'” she wrote on the video posted to TikTok on Friday.

    In the video, Schueller shows herself following an employee through the park before showing a glimpse of her blouse — a strappy, black number that exposes her midriff.

    The footage later shows what appears to be a voucher at the gift shop with a bright yellow Disney World T-shirt on the counter.



    Schueller then recorded herself with the same shirt on as she flashed a peace sign.

    In the comments, she claimed that she had previously worn the same ensemble to the Animal Kingdom, which is another Disney-run park in Orlando.

    “Fyi I was at Animal Kingdom ALL morning without issue,” she wrote. “Went to Epcot and this happened. Went back to [Animal Kingdom] and had no issue once again.”

    Schueller urged the theme park to be more consistent about enforcing their dress code.

    “If Disney wants to endorse a dress code, then they need to do just that,” she continued. “But the inconsistency… pls.”

    Disney World on its site informs guests that “proper attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times.”

    “The parks are a casual, family-oriented environment. Ensuring that the parks are family-friendly is an important part of the Disney experience. In that spirit, we ask you to use your discretion and common sense,” the parks said.

    “Disney reserves the right to deny admission to or remove any person wearing attire that is considered inappropriate or attire that could detract from the experience of other Guests,” it continued.
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    The media will always back the degeneracy side of the debate. Why wouldn't they, since they are mostly degenerates themselves and are always on the look out for raw material to work with and corrupt. Think about it, what's the fun in Satanism when everybody is a Satanist and there's nobody left to corrupt? That's how these people and organizations operate.

    The girl's parent/s are obviously retards and she should be dressing appropriately for school and not like a narcissistic Instagram hooker in training.

    For a few years now, come summer, you can read articles like the one below - feminists have been trying to make a major political issue out of women being able to dress however they want wherever they want - against all logic. Society expects people to dress a certain way at certain events; you don't go to for instance to a church, a funeral, a school or your job in beachwear unless you work on a beach. And children learn this early on in life, at school. That's common sense - but now all of that is being questioned; if feminists have their way young girls/women will run around half naked in public settings. We'll be collectively sliding down one more step on the ladder of civilization.
    These Marxist femipsycho arguments are so self-contradictory and tiresome.

    On the one hand they whine about "sexual harassment" from men and on the other hand they deliberately provoke and encourage dress and behaviour which encourages these kinds of men to step over the line.
    Actions have consequences and stupidity brings its own rewards. It's also as if many of these freaks deliberately seek to destabilise and degenerate society at any cost. And what better way to do it than to go after children and sell it to them as a laughable "human rights" issue.

    Sadly many folks just lack the braincells to understand how they are being played for fools by these vermin. Expecting children to dress sensibly and appropriately has nothing to do with "gender oppression". None of us here (who aren't retards, because there are always a few) would want boys to dress like homo strippers either.

    Just use some common sense, sheeesh.

    Once grown up and earning their own living they can live whatever life they want, but this idea that children must be treated like grown ups and have their "rights" and way of life decided and campaigned for them by a gang of outside degenerate Cultural Marxists from the Media and State, who seek to usurp the parents, is just absurd. These people are sicko monsters. There's a time and place to deal with them too.
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    Why are people in Denmark posting pictures of their bare bellies?



    People in Denmark are posting pictures of themselves in crop tops on social media in protest at a school's decision to ban the belly-revealing garments. The Local explains what's going on.

    What is the bare belly phenomenon?

    Politicians, comedians and other celebrities have been posting pictures of their bare bellies on Facebook and Instagram.

    Here’s Charlotte Broman Mřlbćk, an MP for the Socialist Left party, baring her midriff.



    What going on?

    The Firehřjeskolen school in Vejle, on the southeast corner of the Jutland peninsular, this week decided to bring in a ban on maveblusser or “crop-tops”, with the head teacher Bjarne Kyneb arguing that they were distracting for other students.

    “In school we are a community where we are close to each other, and that also requires that we wear clothes which let everyone concentrate on the schoolwork to be done,” he said. “We do not go to work in shorts and bare stomachs either.”

    What has the reaction been?

    The hashtag #DeterBareMaver, meaning “it’s only a tummy” has taken off, with politicians and celebrities, including former Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt and Pernille Skipper, former leader of the Red-Green alliance, all weighing in to criticise the school’s ban.

    Part of the solidarity from people in their thirties and forties is probably due to the fact that they themselves were teens when the crop-top was last in fashion, back in the 1990s.

    Skipper recalled how when she was in 8th class (aged 14-15), her crop-top hadn’t even had any material on the back at all, “just a couple of thin strings”.

    “All the boys in my class are, so far as I know, still good citizens all the same,” she joked.

    “When do we stop telling girls what they can wear?” Helle Thorning-Schmidt complained in an Instagram story. “What will be next?”.

    Marchen Neel, chief editor of the Politiken newspaper, wrote on Twitter that she had worn a crop-top and hotpants to her confirmation in church. “I had the freedom to choose, thank you very much. But believe me, it’s not really something you should wish for.”

    What does #DeterBareMaver even mean?

    The hashtag means “it’s only a stomach”, punning on the Danish word bare, which means “naked” in English.

    It was launched by the Everyday Sexism Project Danmark soon after news broke of the crop-top ban, with the feminist activist group then posting out pictures of people baring their tummies.

    What happens now?

    So far there’s been no public reaction from Bjarne Kyneb, the headteacher who has unwittingly triggered this social media storm, but he must be seriously considering whether it might be easier to just let his pupils wear what they want.

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