On Saturday night, 18-year-old Brittany Minder of Silverdale, Washington went to her high school prom.  Or at least she tried to.  Brittany says she was turned away at the door… because her breasts are too big.

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Here’s what happened.  Brittany wore a strapless dress that showed off quite a bit of cleavage.  She says, “I feel that it’s because I’m bigger chested and there is more cleavage that you can see, and there’s nothing I could really do about that.”

According to the Central Kitsap High School dress code, students can only wear strapless dresses as long as their cleavage, midriff, and lower back are covered.  

Brittany’s dad said, “A girl like Brittany shouldn’t have to go to a dance in a burlap sack because she’s large busted.”  Her mom added, “All women are not created equal, and you can’t compare a golf ball to a grapefruit.”

Eventually, the chaperones agreed to let her go in if she wore a shawl over her chest and shoulders.  She stayed for about an hour but left because she stated “I felt self-conscious and they took the magic out of the night.”

Brittany and her parents want the school to apologize.

What do you think?  Should she have been let in or should she have gotten a dress that covered her cleavage?

Here are some other inappropriate prom dresses:

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