10 RIDICULOUS Things Banned In Schools

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When it comes to banning things in school, some rules are totally reasonable. Of course weapons shouldn’t be allowed, and inappropriate touching is never okay. But some bans are really questionable. From over sensitizing kids to objectifying them, some bans are ridiculous and actually do much more harm than good.

I’m sure you’ve heard of the yoga pants and skinny jeans bans. Many schools have prohibited girls wearing these items as they’re too distracting to the opposite seks. But why should females have to change the way they dress because of men? The rule teaches them that they are in the wrong, and not boys, who should be taught respect and to not ogle girls if they wear tight clothes. And what about the ban on touching? No, not inappropriate touching, just any touching at all, including hugs and high fives. Yes, high fives have been banned in some schools, and what’s worse is that students who high five each other are punished with counselling sessions.

Then there are the bans that seem to totally loathe the new generation. One all-girls Jewish school banned the use of Facebook, even outside of school. The girls had to sign a contract saying they wouldn’t use the networking site. One school even went so far as the ban the acronym LOL. What’s wrong with LOL? Absolutely nothing in my books. Unsurprisingly, the ban was quickly lifted after ridicule from parents and students rolled in.

It seems some schools are going way overboard when it comes to the things they ban. The safety of the children always seems to be at the center of the rule, but some just don’t make sense. Take a look at 10 ridiculous things banned in schools today.

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