In the village of Vestmanna, there is a school where they have a dress code.
Well... that you shouldn't wear short skirts or shorts. Also, that you shouldn't wear crop tops or shirts that show cleavage.
A member of the parlament has posted her opinion on the dresscode.
"Have we not made any progress at all??? Girl and boys (and grown-up women) should be allowed to wear whatever they want! They are not the problem. The problem is the school's attitude."
That parlament member also said this:
"It is an equality problem, when rules are made for what young girls should be wearing. It's also humiliating towards boys who are claimed to not know how to control themselves." (I probably translated this badly...)
This is like the thing that happened in a school in Denmark 2 years ago, where they also banned crop tops, but they changed their minds.
Well... I remember that when I went to school, we were told not to wear hats in the classroom, but I find that rule understandable.
My country isn't very hot country, so I think it is a bit too cold to wear crop tops and shorts.
But yup, I don't think these kinds of clothes should be banned from schools.
I remember one thing that when I went to 10th grade, we were told not to wear shirts that show cleavage, when we had to do the exam thing. (I guess it might have been said as a joke)
And I seriously said "That is a stupid rule. Like it's not like the teacher is supposed to look at their pupil's breasts."