Florida high school edited girls’ yearbook photos to cover more of their chests
It’s not odd for there to be a little drama when high school yearbooks are released at the end of the year, but at Bartram Trail High School in St. Johns County, Fla., the drama has reached national attention.
That’s because 80 of the students’ portraits were digitally edited — many of them clumsily — to add more clothing to chests and shoulders.
All of the students are female. None of them were consulted.
Students and parents told local news outlets that they were shocked and embarrassed when they got their copies of the $100 yearbook last week.
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