Friday, May 27, 2022

Fashion Rights! This Chinese University Has Lifted Its Ban On Miniskirts And Hot Pants

- Advertisement -

A renowned university in China has lifted its ban on miniskirts and hotpants in the library after several students protested against it.

The Hunan Agricultural University initially created the ban when a male student complained that his study was being disrupted by the sight of near-naked ladies in miniskirts.
The institution posted a warning on the library doors restricting students from entering wearing dresses and shorts less than 50cm in length.

Several female students stirred a protest when they complained of being hindered from accessing the library by security guards because of what they were wearing.
The ban attracted a wide range of criticism on the Chinese social media community, particularly after it was alleged that the authorities described miniskirts as “a form of sexual harassment”.

The university removed the ban on Friday and issued an apology to the students affected. See their apology below:
We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience brought by our recent work. We’re determined to optimise management and improve service quality, creating a better reading environment. We welcome students to come to the library to study and be readers with good manners.”

Photo credit: Getty

Outbrain Advertisements
Also Read:  Sanwo-Olu Signs Anti-Open Grazing Bill Into Law

- Advertisement -

Related Articles

- Advertisement -

Leave a Reply

Stay Connected

- Advertisement -

Latest Articles