Prude patrol! Dad and mom blast Florida highschool for modifying a minimum of 60 ‘inappropriate’ yearbook pictures of feminine college students in a bid to make their outfits extra conservative
- Officers at Bartram Path Excessive Faculty in St. John reportedly edited over 60 ‘inappropriate’ snaps of their 2021 yearbook
- A lot of the pictures featured feminine college students, with their outfits edited to make them extra conservative
- The college is now going through allegations of sexism, and oldsters are demanding an apology
The dad and mom of Florida highschool college students are demanding an apology after their daughters’ yearbook pictures had been edited to cowl up their chests
Officers at Bartram Path Excessive Faculty in St. John reportedly ordered greater than 60 snaps of their 2021 yearbook to be photoshopped as a result of they had been ‘inappropriate’.
A majority of the photographs that had been edited featured feminine college students, and the varsity is now going through allegations of sexism.
A number of pictures leaked to the web reveals that ladies’ shirts had been photoshopped to deliver their necklines increased. Nonetheless, pictures of boys in skimpy speedos had been left unedited.
The dad and mom of Bartram Path Excessive Faculty college students are demanding an apology after their daughters’ yearbook pictures had been edited to cowl up their chests. Ninth-grader Riley O’Keefe is seen within the authentic (left) and edited (proper) pictures
‘I felt assured that day and I regarded good, in costume code’: Ninth-grader Zoe Iannone equally had her yearbook snap edited. Earlier than (left) and after (proper)
Ninth-grader Riley O’Keefe says she was left surprised when she noticed her outfit had been altered within the printed version of the yearbook, significantly as a result of it had been authorised by the varsity earlier than she had her picture taken.
O’Keefe’s mother, Stephanie, advised First Coast News Friday: ‘Yesterday she occurred to be carrying the shirt once more so after college, we went as much as the varsity and requested if she was in costume code they usually mentioned sure.
‘So, my subsequent query was if the shirt is in costume code and is nice sufficient for college and your college ID, why is it not sufficient for the yearbook?’
Different college students say they’ve been left feeling ‘sexualized’ by the varsity, claiming the outfits they had been carrying weren’t inappropriate in any method.
‘I felt assured that day and I regarded good, in costume code,’ ninth grader Zoe Iannone advised Action News Jax.
‘Once I despatched it to my mother and all of us noticed it, I felt very sexualized.’
One other of the edited photographs is seen above. Dad and mom are actually demanding an apology
The college has purportedly advised dad and mom that they’ll request a refund if they don’t seem to be proud of the yearbook.
However one irate mother says getting her a refund would not go far sufficient.
‘Our daughters of Bartram deserve an apology,’ she said. ‘They’re making them really feel embarrassed about who they’re.’
It is not the primary time photoshop has been utilized in a highschool yearbook.
Again in 2017, a New Jersey highschool hit headlines after officers edited out a Donald Trump t-shirt a male scholar was carrying in his yearbook snap.
Bartram Path Excessive Faculty in St. John is pictured