Recently, a male and female high school student went to school wearing the same cropped Nike shirt.

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Drew and Kenzie both walking into school wearing various dress-code violations: short shorts, yoga pants and a midriff-showing top.

Throughout the day, Drew chronicled their experience walking around school while breaking the dress code.

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For most of the day, the two got away with their rule-breaking outfits. They even positioned themselves in front of teachers, who didn’t say anything.

But, there is always that one person who is too obsessed with the clothing that teen girls wear.

Before the end of the day, Kenzie got written up for her outfit. Meanwhile, Drew got away with his.

The video made an impact on TikTok, receiving seven million views and two million likes.


they really wrote up @kenziecrimmins and didn’t say anything to me #dresscode #sexist

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Fellow users were shocked that Kenzie was the one that got written up, when Drew was the person showing the most skin.

Yeah, there was no missing the hypocrisy in this situation.

Drew’s TikTok is just one of many examples of how school dress codes specifically target teenage girls. In a Florida county school district, public records show that the majority of dress-code violations involve girls. And a large majority — up to 80-to-90 percent of violations within the district.

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That’s just one example. Go anywhere in the United States, and you will be able to find at least one anecdotal instance of a gender-biased dress code.

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*First Published: September 6, 2021, 11:00 am