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Florida High Schools Banning Their Own Cheerleader Outfits For Violating Dress Code

Several Florida high schools are restricting or even banning their own cheerleading uniforms -- saying the skimpy skirts violate dress codes. 

High schools in Pinellas County are not allowing cheerleaders to wear their uniforms during the school day because of the outfits' short skirt and sleeveless top, TampaBayTimes.com reported. For generations, cheerleaders have donned their gear during the school day for pep rallies before Friday night football games. 

Source: Fox News. Read full article. (link)

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    Not this, THIS is a travesty of justice that can not stand. We march tomorrow.

  • SIV||

    Another generation and the cheerleaders will have to wear burqas to cheer for their madrassa's soccer team.

    R.I.P. America

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