Brittany Molina BYU Note: Citizen Dress Code Police Scolds Co-Ed
Brittany Molina Criticized for Dress at BYU
BYU student Brittany Molina has become an overnight Twitter star, all for wearing a dress.
On Valentine's day, a male student walked up to Brittany Molina and handed her a folded note. How sweet, or so Brittany thought until she read it.
The note that the guy handed Brittany Molina read, "You may want to consider that what you're wearing has a negative effect on men (and women) around you. Many people come to this university because they feel safe, morally as well as physically, here. They expect others to abide by the Honor Code that we all agreed on. Please consider your commitment to the Honor Code (which you agreed to) when dressing each day. Thank you."
So, how revealing was Brittany Molina's dress? Well, here's a photo of what Brittany Molina was wearing when the Volunteer Fashion Police struck.
She tweets, "well..... I mean.... You could see my hands. And I had leggings so my knees were pretty revealing." Molina says that she genuinely did not want to offend anyone at the ultra-conservative university, but she finds the whole min-scandal to be funny.
The guy who handed Molina the note was "gone within .5 seconds" of handing her the note, most likely because he found being in the presence of a real live woman to be a tad overwhelming.
Tweeted CamStevensBYU, "Haha this is unreal...I loved BYU. But...let's me honest, this is so dumb ha. And that's why people make fun of us".
It must have been the cardigan. The cardigan drives 'em nuts.