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Cape Girardeau, MO

#1 Oct 10, 2012
JHS is banning yoga pants? Anybody have info?
yes

Marquand, MO

#2 Oct 10, 2012
Yes
idk

Marquand, MO

#3 Oct 10, 2012
Please do not wrap them back up after they've been worn a million times and take them back to wal mart,that's not good to do to the rest of the customers.
sigh

Ballwin, MO

#4 Oct 11, 2012
Yoga pants, the spandex of the 2012. Of course they don't want teenage girls wearing this in school. Such a distraction.
okay and

Marquand, MO

#5 Oct 11, 2012
sigh wrote:
Yoga pants, the spandex of the 2012. Of course they don't want teenage girls wearing this in school. Such a distraction.
Okay and how old are you 40?
sigh

Ballwin, MO

#6 Oct 11, 2012
Does it matter, parents today are much to lenient on what young children wear in public settings. All schools need to revise their dress code policies. There is a time and place for girls to dress provocatively, school isn't it. At this age group there isn't any proper place for a girl to dress like that, except maybe a yoga class. Classy is ok trashy is not. But then I adhere to the old school of what is proper. To each their own.
Dylan

Jackson, MO

#7 Oct 11, 2012
sigh wrote:
Does it matter, parents today are much to lenient on what young children wear in public settings. All schools need to revise their dress code policies. There is a time and place for girls to dress provocatively, school isn't it. At this age group there isn't any proper place for a girl to dress like that, except maybe a yoga class. Classy is ok trashy is not. But then I adhere to the old school of what is proper. To each their own.
yoga pants give me a hard-on, so your point is invalid.
okay and

Marquand, MO

#8 Oct 11, 2012
Everybody with good morals already know this sister or man.
Captain Obvious

United States

#9 Oct 11, 2012
Name one authority that you've heard the yoga pants ban from? None of the teachers know about it.
guest

Gulf Breeze, FL

#10 Oct 11, 2012
No ban on yoga pants.
roadrunner

Marquand, MO

#11 Oct 11, 2012
in the next months there's going to be one.
They've been talking about it for a while.
Not because of the goofy issues brought up here( that's the posters own feelings coming out about the pants I guess.)But because they feel like pajamas and look like them causing everyone to become lazy in their work.
clueless

United States

#12 Oct 12, 2012
roadrunner wrote:
in the next months there's going to be one.
They've been talking about it for a while.
Not because of the goofy issues brought up here( that's the posters own feelings coming out about the pants I guess.)But because they feel like pajamas and look like them causing everyone to become lazy in their work.
Most schools that have changed their dress code policies, didn't do it because the clothes were making the students lazy. They have done it because sloppy clothes , ripped clothes to tight clothes(yoga pants), thongs hanging out, saggy pants , short skirts/shirts, low cleavage shirts, and whatever else you can think of, are distractions in the class rooms. They also reflect poorly on the school district when girls are dressed like tramps and boys are dressed like wanna-be thugs. They are young people preparing for their future and proper attire is a big part of becoming members of the adult working class.
guest

United States

#13 Oct 12, 2012
There is NOT going to be a ban on yoga pants!
soul

United States

#14 Oct 12, 2012
Yes, there will be. I will see to it. It make take a minute, but words in the right ears always win in the end.
miss stringfeild

Farmington, MO

#15 Oct 12, 2012
Don't be so quick to rule this out.This is becoming a big issue and a big topic on the desk of many important people.With the cold months ahead you can bet they'll be some working extra hours to help push this law.
Punk rock is not dead

Lake Saint Louis, MO

#16 Oct 12, 2012
About time they stop Yoga pants. I can't stand them. Too many girls wearing them at the Junior High of what I saw. -.-
Jen

United States

#17 Oct 12, 2012
Dylan wrote:
<quoted text>yoga pants give me a hard-on, so your point is invalid.
Dylan, please learn the definition of "invalid". You've just succeeded in making yourself sound like a dumba$$.
sigh

Fredericktown, MO

#18 Oct 12, 2012
Jen wrote:
<quoted text>Dylan, please learn the definition of "invalid". You've just succeeded in making yourself sound like a dumba$$.
What's sad is what he says is true. The level of education has dropped right along with societies standards. Teenage boys have raging hormones. Girls dressing provocatively in a class room setting is a distraction these testosterone pits can't handle. Both sexes need to focus in school. The social aspect is already tough enough. Neither needs to be advertising their bodies at school.
guest

Clearlake, CA

#19 Oct 13, 2012
I have no problem with Yoga Pants as long as there is a weight limit implemented.
Dylan

Jackson, MO

#21 Oct 13, 2012
Jen wrote:
<quoted text>Dylan, please learn the definition of "invalid". You've just succeeded in making yourself sound like a dumba$$.
you mean dumbass?
Stupid people can't spell :/

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