Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Hot Legs! Fighting the Patriarchy!

A brave high school girl, Lindsey Stocker, is fighting the patriarchy! She is rebelling against her school's dress code. Her belief is that she has the right to wear revealing clothes and the boys should be taught not to look at her in a sexual manner.

Lindsey, I can promise you that all of the boys in your school will stand behind you in your crusade! You go girl! Fight that Patriarchy! (And please send more pics).

A Montreal high school student has unwittingly started a revolution by refusing to change out of a pair of shorts that high school authorities deemed too short.

Lindsey Stocker, a grade 11 student at Beaconsfield High School, donned a pair of denim shorts on May 21, one of the first hot days of the season but was ordered to change by her school’s vice principals.

She refused, and instead printed a poster that she plastered over the school, questioning why girls’ bodies were the focus of the rules instead of boys’ behavior.

Take that Patriarchy!

Stop those boys from looking at me!

OMG! Tell them to stop looking!
(Can I pose for another pic?)

Good luck with that!

I was 14 years old when the song below was released. We were not as progressive back then. Pure sexual objectification. And we loved it.

"Who's that knocking on my door
It's gotta be a quarter to four
Is it you again coming 'round for more
Well you can love me tonight if you want
But in the morning make sure you're gone
I'm talkin' to you
Hot legs, wearing me out
Hot legs, you can scream and shout
Hot legs, are you still in school
I love you honey"


  1. She is hot so she decides to wear shorts with a sweater. Hell yeah I buy that!

  2. It was obviously other girls who complained about her (because she was getting the attention and not them)--and yet she's angry at the boys.

    The bitchez be crazy, yo.

  3. So, the fault is in the looker not the one exposing themselves? Therefore, if I caually came up to Lindsey and started a non sexist conversation with her but by penis was sticking out of my pants would she scream possible rape or sexual assault or would she be more open and progressive about male nudity?

  4. She is certainly pushing the dumb blond stereotype. She probably also believes there is no such thing as race - only the human race. Walk down the streets of Dubai dressed like that, honey bun , and let the locals take you to school.

  5. She wore the shirts because she wants attention, not because if the heat. Her sweater makes this abundantly clear.

    And I couldn't help but notice that her posters were inspired by some SJW bullshit she found on Tumblr.

    But that aside, I think dress codes are stupid and I support her on principle.