(Daily Mail) Students at a Massachusetts high school are planning a protest against dress code changes which prohibit them from wearing yoga pants and similar clothing without wearing a skirt, dress or shorts over the top.
Cape Cod Technical High School wrote on its website: "Leggings, tights, yoga pants and any other extremely form fitting apparel are considered an accessory and must be worn with dress/skirt or shorts."
Protest organizer student Emily Connolly, 16, told ABC News: "My friends and I didn't agree with it at all.
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"[If] we want to just kind of go to school and sit there for eight hours in a T-shirt and leggings or yoga pants, then I feel like we should have that option."
In an August 3 Facebook post, Connolly wrote: "Girls in today's society are forced to cover there bodies and considered more of sex symbols than actual human beings just because some guys don't know how to 'control' themselves doesn't mean girls need to pay for it."