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Teen too hot for school yearbook Sydney Spies

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Is dressing like a pole dancer protected under the human rights code? One Colorado teen may try to find out after the editors of her high school yearbook pulled her racy photo. In the shot, Sydney Spies, an 18-year-old dancer and aspiring model, is dressed in a flouncy yellow miniskirt with nothing for a top but a black shawl tied around her chest. The school's administrators refused to allow the sexy picture, she told the Durango Herald. But the yearbook's editors said it was their decision — and it had nothing to do with her revealing ensemble. "We are an award-winning yearbook. We don't want to diminish the quality with something that can be seen as unprofessional," Brian Jaramillo is quoted as saying in the report. But Spies and her mother believe the school officials influenced the yearbook editors, who initially voted in favour of allowing the photo. "I wanted my daughter to cho(o)se a different photo but she is 18 and doesn't always listen!" Miki Spies wrote on Facebook. "Some are upset (th)at the administration is strong-arming the students." Sydney said the decision violates her right to freedom of expression, and she may challenge it. Article courtesy of London free press


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