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Student not wearing bra told to cover up, makes people assume bad things. Fair?

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Can a school dictate what undergarments a student wears and does not wearing a bra convey 'availability'? Or is the school out of line?
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By Wallace Freeman If the institution isn't going to adopt strictly enforced uniformity they are setting themselves up for frustration that will detract from the mission of an educational institution if they attempt to enforce any dress code at all. Rebellion is the pastime of teens and a dress code simply gives them a target for rebellion. Choose your battles wisely unless you're willing to die on every hill.
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By William Dykeman you sound like a nazi
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By Wallace Freeman You sound like antifa and the weather underground before them, very noisy - no results.
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By William Dykeman no pasaran
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By Wallace Freeman They lost too.
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By William Dykeman An early English citation of "this too shall pass" appears in 1848:

When an Eastern sage was desired by his sultan to inscribe on a ring the sentiment which, amidst the perpetual change of human affairs, was most descriptive of their real tendency, he engraved on it the words : — "And this, too, shall pass away." It is impossible to imagine a thought more truly and universally appliable to human affairs than that expressed in these memorable words, or more descriptive of that perpetual oscillation from good to evil, and from evil to good, which from the beginning of the world has been the invariable characteristic of the annals of man, and so evidently flows from the strange mixture of noble and generous with base and selfish inclinations, which is constantly found in the children of Adam.

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By William Dykeman did they?

The Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (Spanish: Partido Socialista Obrero Español [paɾˈtiðo soθjaˈlista oβɾeɾo espaˈɲol] (About this sound listen); better known by its initials, PSOE [peˈsoe] (About this sound listen)), is a social-democratic[7] political party in Spain.

PSOE formed the government in democratic Spain between 1982 and 1996, and between 2004 and 2011. It is currently the second-oldest Marxist political party still in existence in Europe after the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD).

The party, under Felipe González, formed a majority government after its victory in the 1982 general election and stayed in power until 1993 elections. The party then formed a minority government until 1996. PSOE has had strong ties with the General Union of Workers (UGT), a Spanish trade union. For decades, UGT membership was a requirement for PSOE membership. However, since the 1980s, UGT has frequently criticized the economic policies of PSOE, even calling for a general strike on 14 December 1988.[8]

PSOE was last in power between 2004 and 2011 general elections, with José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero serving as leader of the government. The PSOE is a member of the Party of European Socialists, Progressive Alliance and the Socialist International.[8] In the European Parliament, PSOE's 14 Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) sit in the Socialists and Democrats (S&D) European parliamentary group.
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By Wallace Freeman No Pasaran means 'they shall not pass' - the phrase comes from the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s, and was used by the Republican troops (the left-wing soldiers fighting against Franco and the Falangists) as a rallying cry in defense of Madrid.
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By William Dykeman i know what it means
this too shall pass
is what everything means
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By Wallace Freeman ... and people with eyes to see realize that socialism passed long ago as anything but a means of oppression.
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By William Dykeman socialism is still evolving and is the future your future
look at Sweden look at china we are winning in the end we will prevail
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By Wallace Freeman I wouldn't hold my breath til then.
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By William Dykeman it will take centuries maybe even 1000 years but in the end
we win
not that it matterZ to you or me i guess
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By Wallace Freeman Right up there with the Thousand Year Reich of the Nazis or the New and Everlasting Covenant of the Mormons.
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By William Dykeman well know what no one ever saw the french revolution succeeding and yet constitutional republics / democracies are all over the world
things change and you cant stop change
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By Wallace Freeman No one, except Michael Moore and Ann Coulter, saw the election of Donald Trump happening either - and Brexit, that seemed to surprise more than a few folks as well. Change is funny that way.
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By William Dykeman that is reeastion and brext? the people of the uk are now waking up to the collosal disaster they have wrought, its going to kill their economy and trump? that madman is going to start world war 3
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