Dear girls, we are living in a generation where the girls are taught not to expose their body or to hide them from the notorious creatures. And as far as our body growth is concerned, a lot of things gt stuck to our routine life such as the hair removers, sanitary napkins and most importantly, the BRA. But the way in which all this stuff is recognized by thee society, it is a very vital issue that is likely to be concerned and some emphasis should be definitely laid behind it. And similarly, highlighting an issue, a Bra-Less Protest is on a rise in Montana .

Female Students Stage Bra-Less Protest After Girl 'Violated School Dress Code' By Not Wearing Bra

In a similar case, Kaitlyn Juvik, a senior at Helna High School, Montana, U.S was dragged into the school office after someone complained her outfit was making them feel ‘uncomfortable’. Female students have arranged a bra-less protest after a high schooler was allegedly decried for disregarding her school’s clothing regulation by not wearing one of the underpants.

Female Students Stage Bra-Less Protest After Girl 'Violated School Dress Code' By Not Wearing Bra

To show their support for the Kaitlyn, a number of female students exposed off their own bras on Friday before going to their respective in a silent bra-less protest. According to the MTN News reports, Male students additionally plan to get required in the exhibition this week by wearing bras outside of their T-shirts. 

Female Students Stage Bra-Less Protest After Girl 'Violated School Dress Code' By Not Wearing Bra

However, the school’s principal, Steve Thennis, said the youngster was not criticized about the way that she was not wearing one of the underpants. Instead, she was asked to cover up after someone in the building disclosed that her outfit made them feel uncomfortable. Adding some more words to the bra-less protest, they said that The school’s handbook does not specify whether female students must wear bras.

Kaitlyn’s mother wrote on Facebook that she supported her daughter ‘100 %’ and was ‘very proud’ of the movement she and her friends have created.