If we saw a small lady wearing a sleeveless summer dress, a slightest expected suspicion to enter your conduct is that what she’s wearing is too revealing.
That’s since a father from Las Vegas, Nevada, is so confused about how his daughter was treated during her school. Jonathan Lillis says a six-year-old, who is autistic, delicately picked out her outfit that day and wore it proudly when she went to category — though by a time she got home, she was dissapoint and crying.
Here’s a dress she wore to school. Cute, right?
Well, people during Harriet Treem Elementary propagandize didn’t seem to consider so, since they pulled a lady out of class, took her to a office, and done her wear gym garments over a dress.
“My daughter pronounced ‘they done me demeanour ugly.’ we told her, ‘no you’re not ugly. You’ll never be ugly. You’re beautiful,’” Lillis said. “I didn’t see anything inapt with this [dress], and we don’t have anything from a propagandize that tells me that, for whatever reason, this dress is not fine for school.”