Eleanor Fitzwilliams is a senior at Verona High School. Like many high school seniors, she was asked to give a picture to the school for the yearbook.
NBC's Today Show says Fitzwilliams was told by the school that the picture was inappropriate.
“(A faculty member) just sat me down and told me that my picture was too inappropriate to be used in the yearbook and (graduation) slideshow because you could see the side of my bralette,” the 17-year-old told NBC.
here's my senior picture. because you can see my part of my brallette, it was "too inappropriate". yet, here's the boys swim team picture. pic.twitter.com/hGg2G3ubO6
— eleanor (@elfitzwilliams) September 26, 2017
She followed the request, but not without complaint about what she says was a double standard, which she pointed out above.
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