School Bans Cheerleader Uniforms In Class After “Impure Thoughts”

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A Utah high school student was having what he believed to be impure thoughts toward his female classmates when they wore their cheerleader uniforms in class. Cenk Uygur, Ben Mankiewicz, Ana Kasparian, and Jimmy Dore, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

“Last week, when a male student at Timpview High School in Provo, Utah, complained to a school counselor that the uniforms worn by cheerleaders on game day were causing him to have “impure” thoughts in class, the conversation could have ended there. But it didn’t.

After the teen said that he was distracted by the cheerleaders’ skirts and his mother emailed an administrator, the school’s cheerleading coach was alerted about the concerns, and 44 girls on the Timpview Thunderbirds’ cheer squads were told not to wear their uniforms to school last Friday before the football game against the Alta Hawks.

Now school administrators are trying to clear up the kerfuffle, which they insist was simply a misunderstanding gone awry. But cheerleaders say they didn’t get that impression.”*

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Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ben Mankiewicz, Ana Kasparian, Jimmy Dore
Cast: Cenk Uygur, Ben Mankiewicz, Ana Kasparian, Jimmy Dore


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  • Nancy Ricks

    That's absurd, but alot of religious people in Utah take things overboard when it comes to certain things. If she's that worried about her son getting "impure thoughts" she should home school him so he can live in a bubble! Sooner or later he is gonna have to be "exposed" to reality. She is probably upset because her Husband takes her son to and from School and HE has "impure thoughts!" Lol When I was in high school in Utah, this really nice kid with a mohawk got suspended! He was a straight A Honor Student!

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