That actually raises a valid point, is she being punished, or is the school simply turning her away because she's not meeting stipulations the school have set to maintain an air of respect and discipline in their learning environment?
I expect if child and parent were cooperative and rectified the matter, that'd pretty much be that.
I believe that if you don't agree with a school's rules, including dress and hair-style code, then don't go to that school in the first place instead of complaining to the media about the school enforcing the rules they had set out.
She looks awful. Look at that infected tragus piercing...says a lot about her hygiene and just her in general.
What do you expect when you see the state of her mum.
I hate the whole "it breaks my human rights" bs. I had a friend with blue hair and a labret piercing use this excuse. Just wait a little longer and get it done when you're at college where they won't give a ****.
It looks like the type of haircut the medieval peasants would give to a whore to punish her
If her mother believes it breeches her human rights, let her take it to court and have it proven instead of crying to a newspaper and looking like an even bigger fool than her child with that terrible hair style.
The print dye might not be the best look I've seen, but I thought it was rather well done, and that overall it was a decently done dye job, and looks pretty good, much better than most with shaven sides infact.
As for the infected piercing, I know people who take the upmost hygiene with their piercing and still got infections, so it's no indicator of her hygiene really
Two overwhelming generalisation right there. Lots of people have piercings, some in respectable jobs. Anything from ear piercings, to belly buttons and noses.
As for 'lesbian' haircuts, you are clearly just stereotyping lesbians, and then demeaning degrading them by saying a haircut, which you seem to find repulsive, is attached to them. Furthermore on the haircuts, her sexuality has nothing to do with her hairstyle, some completely hetrosexual women have short hair, some completely homosexual women have long, flowing hair.
If someone wises to express themselves through their hair style then by all means tell them they may hinder their job chances in later life, let them learn that by being turned down if needs be, but denying them an education isn't the route to go, especially if they are consistently denied their right to education for things such as hair cuts, nail varnish, a little bit of make up ect
It's a practise that has survived thousands of years however, I don't think it is about to vanish due to a some people finding it disgusting