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Sydney Spies's yearbook photo too sexy for Durango High School?

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She's 18 btw

http://blogs.westword.com/latestword/2012/01/sydney_spies_sexy_yearbook_photo_protest.php

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http://gma.yahoo.com/blogs/abc-blogs/colorado-student-banned-yearbook-over-racy-photo-201606793--abc-news.html

“I feel like they aren’t allowing me to have my freedom of expression,” Spies told the Herald. ”I think the administration is wrong in this situation, and I don’t want this to happen to other people.”

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Did she dress like that while school was in?

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yup, if the school allowed her to be a ***** in the hallways (jk) then you can't say something now because parents of other students will see her in the yearbook.

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Who cares either way? I don't think it should be in, but we are concerned with this when there are bigger issues with our children at hand?

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