The fight starts at the breakfast table the day my year-old daughter Eadie goes back to school after the Easter holidays. She's had a growth spurt, and you can tell. Everyone else's skirts are way shorter. And I know that for a fact. I see them at the school gates most days.
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Equality campaigners have rightly raised the issue of judging a woman by what she is wearing. If they dress in a way that is seen as conservative, they're called a "prude". If they wear what some people see as "too little", they're called a "slut" or a "bimbo". And a Swiss gender equality campaign agrees with us:.
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I am looking for equality. I am 15 years old. My self-respect is doing what makes me happy. When i am hungry I eat, when I am thirsty I drink, okay, I have self-respect.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: I am a huge proponent of the short skirt. These loincloth-like garments have manifold benefits and are quite versatile to boot. That said, short skirts, despite their small size, are loaded with mixed messages and emotional baggage. Nearly everyone harbors some or a truckload full of prejudices about these skimpy garments. It is much better to bring the major short skirter stereotypes out into the open, acknowledge their valid points, dispel their weak points, and ascend to higher planes of understanding.