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PROFESSOR COMMENTED ON SHORTS, UNIVERSITY GIRL STRIPPED DOWN TO UNDERWEAR

By Vivek Bhaji . 12th May 2018 11:30am
PROFESSOR COMMENTED ON SHORTS, UNIVERSITY GIRL STRIPPED DOWN TO UNDERWEAR

What would you do if a professor comments on your dress while you are giving a presentation? It's a bit complicated! What made University girl to strip down her dress while giving a presentation?

[caption id="attachment_36659" align="aligncenter" width="620"]University girl source[/caption] Today's generation is bold and blunt. Think before making comments on them, else their action would have drowned you. Read this! A University girl in the US stripped down her dress when professor commented that her shorts are too short. Call it a gutsy or foolery act; a girl did what she felt right at that moment. Letitia Chai, a student of Cornell University took off her clothes after being commented by a professor. She was angry and in tears as she took off her attire. The university girl uploaded a video on Saturday and claimed it was a protest against her professor Rebekah Maggor, who commented on her denim shorts during trail days of presentation. With this post, Chai explained her story, which has reached 30,000 views. [caption id="attachment_36660" align="aligncenter" width="1420"]University girl source[/caption] According to the reports, The first thing that the professor said to me was “is that really what you would wear?” She, a white woman, continued: “Your shorts are too short”. The professor proceeded to tell me, in front of my whole class, that I was inviting the male gaze away from the content of my presentation and onto my body. She said I was making a statement by wearing my outfit. I told her that I sure as hell wouldn’t change my statement to make her or anyone else feel more comfortable. On this, Professor Rebekah Maggor said, I do not tell my students what to wear, nor do I define for them what constitutes appropriate dress. I ask them to reflect on themselves and make their own decisions. Well, she received both positive and negative comments on her protest on Facebook for fighting oppressive beliefs. Some called it fearless act while some named it childish act.