Girl sent to school principal’s office after classmate was uncomfortable with her not wearing a bra


Kaitlyn Juvik 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Several high school girls in Montana, held a protest after their classmate was allegedly told to cover up to put on a bra.

The incident began when Kaitlyn Juvik of the Helena High School, was sent to the principal's office, where she was told to put on a bra or cover up her chest.

Principal Steve Thennis revealed that the girl was warned because someone in school was uncomfortable with the way she was dressed.

Juvik admitted that she was not wearing a bra, but she believes that as long her shirt is not see through, she shouldn't have to wear a bra.

The Helena High School does not mention underwear as a requirement at school.

The students who held the protest during lunch, said that because there is no school rule, the principal had no right to ask Juvik to cover up.

Juvik’s mother stands behind her daughter, saying that the principal has more important things to worry about and should not waste time with her daughter’s bra.

If the school does not back down, the boys of the school promised to wear bras outside of their clothing.