Highschool removes mirrors from girls' bathroom

Highschool removes mirrors from girls

For two weeks there were no mirrors in California's high school toilets. Instead, posters were put up with positive messages to help student self-image.


In Astle, Laguna Hills High School, the "What if ..." week was organized - a week designed to bring together the youngsters on campus. For example, March 23 message of the day was: what if we love each other more? It seemed to Sabrina Astle like a nice opportunity to replace the mirrors with her letters. "I did it at night so the other students would see it in the morning."

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  • LeonorCox

    Strange to read about this. It is really funny that most of the girls are going to be upset with this behavior and now I can check paper rater review to manage the task. But on the other hand, these posters are giving positive messages to the girls. this is the thing that every girl needs to understand.

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