But sadly, there are guys who feel like that's okay. Well — you can probably guess from the definition of skinny jeans: Their build involves a lowering of the crotch area — which makes your legs appear shorter than they are. And less masculine too.
At the same time, McCalla-Sobers — a human rights activist — has urged teachers to engage wayward students and get to the root of their problems rather than sending them home because the wearing of the incorrect uniform. McCalla-Sobers, who is better known as a human rights advocate, said a number of students who break school uniform rules are seeking attention or are disconnected to what is happening in the classroom. Her stance is in contrast to that of Education Minister Rev Ronald Thwaites who has expressed support for school principals who have refused entry to students wearing the wrong uniforms to school. This is to be supported, as the school is not a romping shop. It is a place for learning and character building," Thwaites said last week in the House of Representatives as he opened the debate on the National Parenting Support Commission Act During the first week of the new academic year, a number of girls were sent home for wearing skirts that were deemed too short, while boys were sent home for wearing tight-fitting pants. But McCalla-Sobers, who taught in the United Kingdom before returning to Jamaica where she taught mathematics and history at Jamaica College, suggested schools set up a special room for rule-breaking students "where some learning is taking place".