Principal tells students to cover up

It’s a sign of the times when parents don’t bat an eye as their school age daughters leave home dressed like hookers.

Young girls are inspired to wear skimpy clothing by celebrity idols such as Beyonce and Rihanna. But one high school principal has had enough of the endless parade of stripper outfits in his high school hallways.

Minnetonka high school Principal David Adney told The Star Tribune: “This new trend doesn’t seem right, it’s troubling. Cover your butts up — I’m just going to say it straight up. We’re seeing too much.”

Adney sent out an email blast to parents on Monday urging them to “talk to their daughters about wearing spandex-like yoga pants or other tight-fitting leggings with T-shirts that expose “more leg and backside” and can “be highly distracting for [male] students.”

“It must have touched a nerve,” said Adney, referring to the response from parents and students to his email blast.

“It’s not about trying to be the clothing police, it’s just a sensitivity issue,” Adney said. “Hopefully with us being the first to speak up, it will create a lot of conversations.”

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