Students at Helena High School in Montana have backed the right of a female senior student not to wear a bra.
Kaitlyn Juvik was reportedly asked to change, school officials telling her that her attire was making others feel uncomfortable, according to KRTV.
“What I was confronted about was wrong … As long as nothing is showing and you’re covered up, girls should not have to wear a bra,” Juvik told KRTV.
Principal Steve Thennis said the issue was not about bras, specifically.
“I’m not going to check student’s undergarments,” Thennis said. “We are going to ask them to dress appropriately and if we feel it is inappropriate, male or female, we are going to ask them to cover up.”