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She is known as the ‘Braless Warrior.’
Only days before high school graduation, Kaitlyn Juvik was sent to the principal’s office for something she’d been doing all year: going braless.
She told People, “I was told that a male teacher had complained he was uncomfortable because I wasn’t wearing a bra, and I was told to find something to cover up with.”
The Montana teen immediately stood up for herself and posted a Facebook photo of the outfit she was wearing. Soon after, her friends began a Facebook page in support of Juvik, dubbing her the “Braless Warrior,” and garnering over 3,000 likes.
Students at the high school also staged a protest on May 31, which included female students going to class braless and male students wearing bras over their shirts.
A parent formally complained about the protest, but KTVH news reports that the police released a statement declaring that the protest was not a criminal matter and would not be pursued by police.
Montana High School principal Steve Thennis did not return the Daily Dot’s request for comment, but he did tell a local Montana news station that the incident was not about Juvik not wearing a bra. Thennis also told People that Juvik “created a manufactured crisis.”
Juvik plans to continue on as a Braless Warrior even as she attends cosmetology school in the fall.
Lyz Lenz is currently the managing editor of the Rumpus. Her work has appeared in the New York Times, Jezebel, the Columbia Journalism Review, and Mashable.