OK I was all set to read this article and try to see the other side of this, but within the first sentence they lost me with this ridiculous dad. Jeez...no wonder people stereotype cheerleaders as elitist. The parents in this article are just plain too sensitive. Come on - his daughter's feelings aren't hurt that someone thinks her uniform is vulgar. Her feelings are hurt because she likes to wear the uniform to school and be the center of attention. (I don't know that there's anything wrong with that, I think everyone likes attention. Just calling a spade a spade is all) I do totally see the school's point. It's not really fair to say "We have a dress code, and it applies to everyone...except these young ladies." And the argument that they are worn for the school so they should be ok is silly - like @Ashley said, you don't see people running around in Speedo's and leotards and those are also worn for the school. I guess it's strange to me because my kids' schools have such crazy strict dress codes I can't imagine them being allowed to wear a cheer uniform to school anyway, so I don't understand why people get so up in arms about these things. My older cp wasn't allowed to wear anything with a color to school. White t-shirt, dark blue jeans, white sneakers. No colored shoes, no belts, no jewelry - not even a colored hair tie. I think they would have loved to have been able to even wear a football jersey on game days!