High School Makes Girls’ Yearbook Photos Less Sexy

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High School Makes Girls’ Yearbook Photos Less Sexy

Wasatch High School in Utah is facing criticism after several female students discovered the yearbook staff had altered their photos by digitally adding sleeves and higher necklines, changes officials said were made to comply with the school’s dress code. What do you think?

  • “That’s horrible. You should only digitally alter photos of women to make them look thinner.”

    J.D. Wolfe
    Signal Clearance Supervisor
  • “Oh, I don’t know. I still think they’re plenty sexy.”

    David Krause
    Roofing Instructor
  • “And yet my daughter’s yearbook let her look like a little harlot. Shows how much they care.”

    Grace Corrollo
    Community Organizer
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