Colleges in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh said Wednesday that female students would be banned from wearing jeans and other Western clothes to halt sexual harassment by male classmates.
“Girls who choose to wear jeans will be expelled from the college,” Meeta Jamal, principal of the Dayanand girls’ college in Kanpur city told AFP. “This is the only way to stop crime against women.”
A growing number of colleges in Uttar Pradesh have decided to outlaw jeans, shorts, tight blouses and miniskirts on campus in an attempt to crack down on “Eve-teasing” — as sexual harassment is known in India.
In other news, many Muslim countries have unofficially banned clitorises (clitori?) because they transform men into crazed rapists and women need protection from the advances of said men, who are better than women, but are nonetheless incapable of suppressing their primal desires.
Over to Chingy, Jermaine Durpi and Ginuwine for some songs about soon-to-be assaulted trollops and their sexy denims.