Connecticut Schools Want to Ban Skinny Jeans

| by Michael Allen

High School and Middle School principals of the Meriden Board of Education in Connecticut are trying to ban “form-fitting clothing,” which they claim reveal students' private areas and underwear.

According to Fox News, the new proposed rules would ban skinny jeans, leotards, jeggings, spandex as well as tight or revealing clothing.

The rules would also ban skirts, shorts, dresses and pants from allowing undergarments and private body areas to be “evident or visible.”