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Dress Code

1.0 Dress Code

This document contains the rules and regulations that comprise the dress code (“Dress Code”) for students who attend this college (“College”).

1.1 Introduction

This section describes the purpose and application of the Code.

1.1.1 Purpose

The purpose of the Dress Code is to provide standards of modest dress for students who attend the College, so they can have a learning environment characterized by modesty, decency, and dignity. This is achieved through the use of clear, unambiguous, and categorical rules, together with two layers of enforcement.

1.1.2 Categorical Rules

The rules in this code are, wherever possible, categorical as opposed to relative. That is, the rules tend to forbid the wearing of an entire class of clothing rather than allow clothing up to a certain length, or of a particular style. In this way, enforcement of the standard is unambiguous, and not subject to varying interpretations.

1.1.3 Layers of Enforcement

There are two layers of enforcement of the Dress Code. The first, most basic, layer is self-enforcement. The rules herein are carefully crafted to be easy to follow, and if followed, to encourage a high degree of modesty. The next layer of enforcement is provided by the College through voluntary inspections, which are conducted randomly throughout the campus to verify compliance.

1.1.4 Format of the Dress Code

Each section of the code is numbered, and gives a rule or definition. Some of the sections contain a recommendation, denoted by the word “Recommendation”. The recommendation is given to help clarify the rule, and to provide an understanding of how each rule is likely to be applied in practice.

1.1.5 Gender Applicability

It has been determined that, for various reasons, the dress code should apply to girls, and not to boys. Here are some of the reasons. Boys tend to dress modestly, even in the absence of a dress code. Boys have fewer body parts that require coverage. The range of clothing options available to boys is limited to mostly pants and shirts, whereas the range of clothing options for girls is much wider. Scantily clad girls are of great interest to boys, and so they distract boys from their college duties. It should be understood that this does not reflect sexism or gender bias of any kind, but merely the realities of gender and fashion.

1.2 Violations

Violations of the Dress Code are determined solely by Inspection. Inspections are voluntary. A girl may decline Inspection, but if she does, then an “Inferred Violation” may result, at the discretion of the Inspector. If she submits to Inspection, at which time it is discovered that the girl has failed to follow one or more of the rules presented herein, then an “Observed Violation” may result, at the discretion of the Inspector.

1.2.1 Authorized Personnel

People who are duly authorized by the College, and only those people, may perform Inspections. Inspectors are specially trained by the College, and chosen from among Teachers, college administrators, members of the Campus Patrol, and their deputies may conduct an Inspection. All Inspectors are required to carry an Inspector ID card, and present it to the girl being inspected upon request.

1.2.2 Inferred Violation

Some girls find the Inspection process unpleasant, because it is conducted in public, and a girl is typically required to remove some or all of their clothing during the course of an Inspection. For this reason, Inspections are purely voluntary. A girl may always exercise her right to decline to be Inspected, thus saving her the embarrassment of disrobing in public. The girl who declines Inspection is not required to state the reason she declines, although typically the reason is that she is reluctant to expose her private regions to public scrutiny. It is possible, however, that an Inspector may judge the girl’s true reason for declining Inspection to be that she is in violation of the Dress Code. In this case, the Inspector may infer that a Violation exists. In this case, he will issue a Citation for the Inferred Violation.

1.2.3 Observed Violation

If a girl agrees to be Inspected, and is then found by the Inspector to be in violation of one or more of the rules of the Dress Code, an Observed Violation exists.

1.2.4 Inspection Process

It is important for girls to know that all Inspections are voluntary. An Inspection can only be done with the permission of the girl being inspected. To begin the Inspection Process, an Inspector, duly appointed by the College, must first suspect the possibility that a Violation might exist. (This is known as the “possible cause” rule.) He will then approach the girl in question and notify her that it is necessary to Inspect her to determine if she is in Violation of the Dress Code. At that point, the girl has the right to ask to see the Inspector’s ID card. The Inspector may do one or more of the following things: ask her for permission to feel beneath her clothing; ask her to lift or remove one or more articles of clothing; ask for permission to search her belongings; ask her to assume certain positions to aid the Inspection process; ask her to do him a favor of some kind. Compliance with any of these requests is voluntary. The girl may refuse to comply with any request at any point during the Inspection. The Inspector might or might not detect by observation or inference a Violation of the Dress Code during the Inspection.

Recommendation: It is unfortunate that enforcement of the Dress Code requires Inspection, which, in turn, entails public stripping. It is also unfortunate that some girls get both turned on and humiliated (each one feeding the other) during the process. For these reasons, it is recommended that a girl not violate the Dress Code, and that way, after she has been stripped naked and made to expose her moist underside to the gathering crowd, she’ll at least get her clothes back when the inspection is done.

1.2.5 Citation

After an Inspection, if a Violation is inferred or observed by the Inspector, then two things happen: the Inspector takes (by force, if necessary) one or more articles of clothing into evidence; and the Inspector issues a citation to the girl which describes the Violation, the date when a formal hearing will be held, and instructions to the girl regarding how to dress on the day of her hearing.


1. If an inspector asks for permission to touch the girl, she should say yes, because this will allow him to verify proper attire without stripping her, thus saving her possible embarrassment. A girl who claims to be wearing no underwear, say, can have that claim tested easily by allowing the inspector to insert his finger (for example) between her legs, which can be done without the embarrassment of having the girl strip in public. After the Inspector has inserted, removed, inserted, removed, and inserted his finger (or whatever), the girl will be free to go, rather than face the prospect of an inferred violation that could happen if she withheld permission to touch her.

1.3 Hearing

After a girl is cited for Violation of the Code, a Hearing will be held, which the girl must attend. Her Citation is also her summons to the Hearing, and contains instructions that tell her how she should dress for the Hearing. Her Inspector will serve as a prosecutor, and a Judge will preside over the Hearing.

1.3.1 Presentation of Evidence

A Judge, appointed by the office of the president of the College, presides over the hearing. The Inspector represents the interests of the College in the Hearing. The girl may defend herself or bring her own Defender, or she may ask the Judge to appoint a Defender to represent her.

The Inspector presents the evidence against the girl. He may call the girl as a model on which to display the evidence against her. Although she cannot be compelled to give testimony, she is required to put on or take off clothing as ordered by the Inspector. In addition, the girl herself may be introduced into evidence. She is not permitted to object to being used as a model or having her clothes removed. The prosecutor may touch the girl as necessary to demonstrate the case against her, and to guide her into various positions as he deems necessary. If the girl resists in any way, the judge may order that she be tied up and/or gagged.

When the Inspector has finished presenting his case, the girl (or her Defender) may begin presenting her defense. She may use items of clothing that have been introduced into evidence by the Prosecutor, and wear them as needed to conduct her defense.

After the girl has finished presenting her defense, she must return all evidence to the Inspector, and return to her seat while the Judge retires to his chambers to deliberate. During deliberation, the Judge may send a message asking to see some evidence. The Bailiff will send the girl into the Judge’s chambers to model the evidence.

Recommendation: In the “special instructions” section of the Citation, near the bottom, there is a checkbox labeled “Attend Hearing in the Nude”. It is common for this box to be checked, so the recommendation is to take note of this instruction. Although a first-time Violator may feel embarrassed to be traveling in the nude, it is commonly done, and is quite expected. Try to stay dry between the legs while nude, because you must refrain from sexual excitement. If nudity arouses you, and you are unable to stay dry, then you should expect to be Consensually Raped one or more times on the day of your hearing. Do not be concerned about this, as it is quite natural, and it happens to many girls on the day of their hearings. However, you should allow extra time to be raped, so that you won’t be late for your hearing.

1.3.2 Determination of Decency

When the Judge has finished his deliberations, he returns to the courtroom. The defendant is ordered to stand while the Judge pronounces the verdict.

If the verdict is “Decent”, the Prosecutor must return all articles of clothing to the girl, whether or not they had been introduced into evidence. The girl has the option of putting on the clothing at this time, and is free to leave the Hearing room.

If the verdict is “Indecent”, the girl must remain standing while the Judge pronounces the Punishment.

1.3.3 Punishment

The Judge has wide discretion to pronounce a punishment that will be sufficiently humiliating to the girl so as to deter future Violations, and to serve as a warning to others not to violate the Code. There are, however, limits to this discretion. A girl may not be sentenced to be raped, for example, although she can be given the option of rape as one of a group of alternative punishments, as long as that group contains at least one non-violent option.

The practice of offering a choice of punishments to those found guilty of a Violation is done to further humiliate the girl by requiring her to choose her own punishment. The most serious Violations will usually result in the choice of rape or a lengthy period of humiliation, such as being handcuffed naked to the bicycle rack outside the Student Center for up to three days straight while fellow students spank, fondle and taunt the naked girl. The maximum penalty for indecency is 72 hours.

Recommendation: If a girl faces a choice of many days of humiliation vs. being raped once or twice, she should opt to be raped. It will be over before she knows it, she will have learned her lesson, and she can go home that evening a better person for it.

1.3.4 Photographers and Reporters

The Judge may choose to prohibit or limit the taking of pictures inside the hearing room, but he may not limit photographers who typically catch defendants on their way in or out of the hearing room. The rationale of this rule is that the girls who found their way into the hearing room, while they may be able to “beat the rap”, should have thought a bit more carefully about her attire before venturing out of doors dressed in a way that put them under suspicion of indecency. The presence of photographers and reporters should serve as a deterrent.

Recommendations: First, a girl who is required to attend her hearing in the nude should recognize that there’s nothing she can do to prevent her picture being taken, and so she should smile for the camera, and hope for a flattering angle. Second, while it may seem counter-intuitive, a girl should spread her legs as wide as possible and masturbate to keep her pussy wet. This way, the pictures will all be so raunchy that newspaper editors will be forced to crop the photos or not print them at all.

2 Decent Attire

Girls are expected to wear clothing that covers (hides from public view) certain parts of their body. In the past, you may have relied on layers of clothing to hide body parts from view, such as a bra under a sheer top, or panties under a very short dress. This style of dress has allowed girls to wear clothes that don’t cover them adequately, relying on undergarments as their second line of defense. This Dress Code does not permit such a second line of defense. Instead, girls must rely on their primary clothing for adequate coverage. It is the girl’s responsibility to choose decent clothing, given the constraints of the Dress Code.

2.1 Covered Body Parts

The breasts, vulva, and anus should be covered while the girl is standing, but it is not necessary for girls to hide these body parts from view while sitting, squatting, or bending over. It is unreasonable to expect girls to guard against the unexpected view between their legs while they are sitting, or the random glance upward from below while they are climbing the stairs.

2.1.1 Breasts

The breasts should be partially or fully covered, when viewed at “Eye Level” (that is, a horizontal line of sight) from the front. In particular, the nipples should be fully covered by an article of clothing held in place by a strap or cloth that extends around the back, neck or arms.

The sides of the breasts need not be covered. Thus, a bib, or overalls, which cover just the fronts of the breasts, is fully adequate. “Cleavage” is also acceptable.

A vest or scarf provides sufficient coverage even if it is not fastened, as long as it covers the nipples while she is standing or sitting upright.

Transparent or sheer tops are discouraged. To be somewhat daring, a semi-sheer top is preferable.

The clothing that covers the breasts may be a “fishnet” style, however it is recommended that the openings be not larger than one quarter inch.

Body paint may be used as an alternative to clothing, but only if it is covers in a manner similar to the coverage of a permitted article of clothing.

Whipped cream, shaving cream, or any similar substance may be used as an alternative to clothing, where permitted. It should be used generously, as body heat may have a tendency to thin the material, allowing it to drip or slide off the body.

Only one top may be worn at a time, so a bra is permitted only if no other top is worn. A bra may not be worn under a shirt or dress.

Recommendation: If you are a girl who likes to go topless in public, you may do so. However, many buildings at the College are restricted to those wearing shirts. So plan ahead, and go topless on days that you don’t have to enter any of these buildings.

2.1.2 Vulva

The vulva is the opening of the vagina, the lips surrounding that opening, and the space between the lips. A “significant portion” of the vulva should be covered when viewed at Eye Level from the front, but it need not be covered from other angles, because it isn’t reasonable to require a girl to consider every possible angle from which someone might choose to look at her.

If body paint is used to cover the vulva, then it must cover the lips, right up to the pink part, which, for safety reasons, should not be painted. A girl’s paint job should be designed to look like clothing, which means that more than just her lips should be painted. When she is standing with her legs together, her vulva should be closed, or nearly closed, which allows it to be considered fully covered by body paint. A girl wearing body paint should avoid appearing in public immediately after having sex or while sexually excited, as this condition might leave a space between her lips large enough to leave her substantially uncovered.

Whipped cream, shaving cream, or any similar substance may be used to cover the vulva, where permitted.

Split-crotch panties are permitted, and need not cover the vaginal opening as long as they cover a “significant portion” of the vulva.

Recommendation: Very short dresses are permitted; however extra caution should be exercised while wearing a short dress. Reaching or stretching might cause the dress to ride up. When seated, legs should be crossed or angled sideways to reduce the opportunity for others to view your vulva.

2.1.3 Anus

Of the three private areas of the body (nipples, vulva, and anus), the one least in need of covering is the anus. This is because the anus is neatly tucked between a girl’s cheeks, effectively hiding it from view. However, if possible, girls are encouraged to provide at least “token coverage” of their anus. The anus is just below a girl’s tailbone, about two inches from the bottom of her rump, and about the same height as the top of her vulva, when viewed at Eye Level. A dress that covers the top inch or two of a girl’s butt crack is sufficient to provide token coverage, as is a pair of thong panties, no matter how thin the strap.

Recommendation: As long as a girl’s breasts and vulva are covered, girls should feel free to wear any style of clothing they wish, including aprons, loin cloths, and backless dresses, even though these styles provide no anal coverage. A girl wearing such a style should be aware, though is that her vulva might be seen from the rear. She should not be unduly concerned about this possibility, because only the most fleeting glimpses are possible. Girls with thin legs will find the Vulva can’t be hidden completely, but the view of the vulva from the rear can be minimized by bending forward as little as possible. When bending, girls are advised to bend at the knees rather than the waist. When this isn’t possible, such as when using a drinking fountain, or reaching into a car, then girls are advised to wait until as few spectators as possible are in the vicinity, keep their legs together as much as possible, and then simply ignore (or secretly enjoy) their gasps of joy at the beauty of their bottom.

2.1.4 Pubic Hair

Pubic hair may not be covered by clothing. Girls may grow out their pubic hair, but if they do, they must remain naked from the waist down. Please note that a shirt which covers the belly button is too long, and may not be worn by a girl who sports pubic hair. The purpose of this rule is to allow girls to grow bushes if they really want to, but to encourage the majority of girls to shave completely, and in this way, they will not have pubic hair upon which they can rely for modesty. This will encourage most girls to wear more modest clothes that cover them completely.

Recommendation: The practice of short trimmed pubic hair, such as “landing strips” is strongly discouraged by this rule. The College agrees that it’s nice to have a landing strip, but it isn’t worth having to go bottomless. On the other hand, a girl with a full muff may want to keep it, and use it as as a bottom. This approach has some distinct advantage for the girl. She will never be forced to remove it; it will always be with her, even when she is naked. This is especially useful for girls who like to be topless. As topless girls know all too well, they must remove their bottoms to enter most College buildings, because only naked girls are exempt from the rule requiring shirts inside buildings. If a topless girl has a full muff, she can feel comfortably modest even inside college buildings, because, in effect, she carries her bottom with her whereever she goes.

2.2 Articles of Clothing

Articles of clothing are defined and classified in this section of the Code.

Tops, in increasing size, are tube tops (or bras), crop tops (short shirts), shirts. Anything longer than a shirt is a dress, which is no longer called a top but rather a body-cover. The dividing line between a shirt and a dress is the top of the pubic bone (an inch or two above the point where the two outer lips meet) and the tailbone (coccyx). If either of these is covered by a shirt, then it’s not a shirt; it’s a dress.

Bottoms are either panties, shorts, or pants (collectively, pants) or else they are skirts. The key distinguishing factor between pants and skirts is whether part of the clothing (the “strap”) goes between the girl’s legs.

Body-covers are items of clothing that cover both bottom and top, such as dresses, leotards, etc. Backless dresses (aprons) are considered body-covers, as well, because they cover a girl’s bottom and top.

A girl may wear either one top and one bottom, or else a single body-cover.

Recommendation: Girls should read these definitions very closely and keep them in mind while selecting clothes to wear, because a failure to properly classify one’s clothing might be disastrous. For example, a shirt that is just a little too long is properly classified as a micro-mini dress, and thus may not be worn with a bottom.

2.2.1 Tops

A “top” is any article of clothing that covers the breasts, and hangs down no lower in the front than the top of the pubic bone (an inch or two above the vulva) and no lower in the back than the tail bone (coccyx). Tops include Bras, Shirts, short jackets and sweaters, and the like. A girl is permitted to wear at most one top, which means she may not wear a bra under her shirt, for example.

Recommendation: This is a warning: Do not be tempted to cheat the Dress Code by tying a knot in an over-length shirt to make it shorter. If the shirt, without the knot, hangs to your pubic bone or your tail bone, then it is properly classified as a “dress”. You may still wear the shirt, but you may not wear any bottoms, such as panties, with it. Bra

An over-the-shoulder boulder-holder that covers the breasts and nothing else is called a bra. If it covered anything else, then it would be a shirt or dress. A strapless bra is called a “tube top”. Tube Top

Any ring of clothing (without straps) is called a “tube top” if it is used to cover the breasts, and does not hang below the belly button. If it covers the breasts and hangs below the belly button, then it is a shirt or dress. If it is used lower on the body, then it is considered a skirt (or thigh-skirt). Shirt or Vest

A shirt is an article of clothing, other than a Bra or Tube Top, that covers the breasts, and does not extend below the top of the pubic bone in front nor the tailbone in back. If the bottom of the shirt falls above belly-button, then it is called a “crop top”. A sleeveless shirt that can be worn open in the front is called a “vest” if it covers the breasts. A jacket is a kind of shirt or dress depending on its length. A sweater is also classified as a shirt or dress, depending on its length. Suspenders

Typically worn to hold up pants or a skirt, suspenders can also serve as a top if they are wide enough to cover the nipples. The areolas need not be covered.

Suspenders are a “top”.

Recommendation: Be careful not to violate the rule against wearing two tops. If you wear suspenders, you should not wear any other top with them. A popular style is the loose-fitting miniskirt, which requires suspenders. Setting the suspenders can be tricky. If they are too loose, ordinary movement or nipple erections can push aside thin suspender straps, exposing the nipples to view. If you set them too tight, the skirt might ride up, exposing your vulva to view. Bustier

A bra, which can be strapless, that extends beneath the breasts to the waist to provide additional support. Camisole

A short top that offers little or no support for the breasts.

Recommendation: A camisole is ideal for a girl with small to medium sized breasts that need no support. To be sure a camisole is right for her, a girl should verify that her nipples are clearly outlined in the fabric. This test ensures that her breasts are sufficiently “perky” for the camisole to be appropriate for her. Corset

A garment designed to cinch the waist, lift the breast, and offer support. Often has lacing in the back that can be adjusted and has garters attached. Crop Top, or Short Shirt

A short top extending below the nipples (partly exposing the breasts in a style known as “bottom cleavage”), or extending further to completely cover the breasts as well.

Recommendation: A crop top is ideal for a girl who is just starting to grow out her pubic hair. Although the Dress Code encourages girls to shave fully, so they can wear clothes below their waist, some girls prefer to have the comfort of a full muff, which also covers a girl’s vagina. A girl feels vulnerable while she is just starting to grow out her hair, because her pussy isn’t yet covered with hair, but she may not wear anything below the waist. The belly button is generally considered to be at waist-level, so a crop top, which leaves the belly button uncovered, is perfect for a girl to wear while she’s growing out her hair. Later, after her pussy is fully covered, she may feel more modest, even when she is naked, but until then, she can feel that same sense of modesty wearing a crop top. Shrug

A top with sleeves that fastens in the front, covering the breasts. A shrug is often knitted, like a sweater. A shrug may fasten with buttons or the fabric may be knotted beneath the breasts. Halter Top

A top held up at the neck and exposes the shoulders and upper back.

Recommendation: For comfort, a girl who wears a halter top should opt for thin, flexible fabric that allow her breasts to move naturally inside it. The most comfortable halter tops are the ones with material so thin and flexible that the shape of the breasts and nipples is clearly outlined in the fabric. Long line

A bustier extending further down, usually to the hips. Tank Top

A sleeveless shirt. Pasties

An article of clothing that is glued in place to cover a nipple is a pasty.

2.2.2 Body-covers

A “body-cover” is any article of clothing that covers the middle region of the body, from above the belly button, and extending down the girl’s front to her pubic bone, or extends across the girl’s back to her tail bone. Body-covers include dresses, leotards, jump suits, overalls, and the like. A girl is permitted to wear at most one body-cover, and it may not be worn with a top or bottom. In particular, body-covers must be worn without underwear. Dress

A dress is an article of clothing that covers the breasts, and extends lower than the top of the pubic bone in front, or lower than the tailbone in back. An apron, or “backless dress” is one that does not cover the anus.

A minidress is one that covers a girl’s rump, as viewed from the rear (the “mini” meaning that it extends no more than one to two inches below the bottom of the rump). A girl can feel comfortably modest in a minidress, as it covers her privates when she is standing, when she is viewed at Eye Level from either the front or the rear.

A micro-minidress is any dress shorter than a minidress, which means extends no lower than crotch-level in front, and in the rear it does not completely cover a girl’s rump, when viewed at Eye Level. Micro-minidresses are often sold with matching panties so that girls can wear them comfortably in public; however, at the College, panties are not ever permitted under a dress, expressly so that girls will not feel comfortable wearing them in public. However, nothing in this Dress Code should be construed to prohibit the wearing of short dresses; it is expected that girls will opt on their own to dress more conservatively since they are denied the added security of panties.

A “sun dress” has fabric to gently support the breasts and a skirt that hangs loosely from a waistband located between the breasts and the belly button.

A baby-doll dress is a mini-sun-dress (or micro-mini-sun-dress). It has either formed cups or fabric to support the breasts with a loose fitting, attached skirt falling anywhere between the hips and crotch.

Recommendation: Some girls find a micro-minidress too scary to wear commando in public, so for these girls, it’s best to stick with mini-dresses or longer. If you still want to experience the micro thrill, then you might enjoy a mini-sundress with a thick elastic waistband between your boobs and your belly button. For a bit of a thrill, a girl might like to scrunch the waistband up a bit to make the dress into a micro- or even shorter. If it gets too breezy for her, then she can pull her dress down a little bit, expanding the elastic as necessary to give her just the coverage she craves. Leotard, Bodysuit, Teddy

A snug fitting one-piece garment for the torso that resembles a leotard. It may also have sleeves and may cover the legs. A “teddy” has no sleeves or legs, and usually has a thong back, and fastens with a snap at the crotch. A one-piece bathing suit also falls into this category. All of these items of clothing cover the torso and are characterized by material extending between the legs to cover (or at least partly cover) the crotch area. Overalls

Overalls, sometimes called a “jump suit”, is a pair of pants or shorts with fabric that extends above the waist, and covers the belly button. Usually, a section of fabric called a “bib” covers some of the chest area, and partially covers the breasts. A pair of shoulder straps act as suspenders, and may also cover the nipples in case the bib isn’t large enough to cover them.

Recommendation: The larger the overalls, the more comfortable they are. Since they have built-in suspenders, there’s no need to worry about oversize pants falling down. The most comfortable overalls have open sides with snaps that girls typically leave unfastened. This way, the clothing covers the girl’s front and back, leaving her sides completely bare. Many girls report enjoying the feeling of being “naked inside their clothes” since their bodies are on fully naked display from the sides, yet covered when viewed from other angles. Poncho Dress

A popular style of minidress made of fabric shaped as a circle or square, with a hole in the center through which the girl pops her head. This simple style covers all three of a girl’s most intimate areas (breasts, vulva and anus), while leaving her legs and sides bare. This style affords a “naked feel” to the girl who wears it because the fabric drapes loosely about her, with her arms largely inside it most of the time.

The square style covers the girl’s front and back but not her sides, leaving her arms free. The circular style covers the girl’s sides and arms, allowing her the opportunity to rest her hands in her lap discretely.

Some square-style ponchos are actually cut in a diamond shape, with the small diagonal across the girl’s shoulders, revealing more of the her bare side. This style is popular because in profile, a diamond poncho dress practically disappears. The girl’s naked breasts and bare bottom are clearly visible in profile, even though they are fully covered when viewed from the front or back.

A “backless poncho” has the head hole slightly off-center, so less fabric hangs down the girl’s back, leaving her butt bare.

A “convertible poncho” doubles as a cape. In this style, only a half-circle is used, with the diameter fastened to both wrists and around the neck. In this style, a girl’s sides and back are bare, while keeping her nipples and pussy fully covered. To convert it to a cape, she can temporarily unfasten it from her neck, and flip the poncho dress over her back. In the evening, when temperatures drop, many girls take advantage of the extra warmth they feel snuggled inside their dress this way. They feel that the lack of frontal coverage is a small price to pay for snuggling inside a warm, sexy cape. Cape

An article of clothing that covers the back but does not completely cover the front. A cape is considered a “body-cover” if it falls below the tail bone. A short cape, which falls above the tail bone, is considered a “top”.

A “convertible poncho” can be worn as a cape. Peignoir

A negligee or dressing gown. Body stocking

Hosiery that covers from the upper body down the ankles or toes and is snug fitting. Chemise

A straight-hanging short lounge dress, worn like a slip. Dressing gown, Negligee

An ankle-length or knee-length loose or tailored robe usually of silk or other fine material. A Negligee is a light, often see-through, dressing gown. Nightgown

A garment resembling a dress or shirt, made of thin fabric, designed for wear in bed. Robe

A loose fitting outer garment. A belt is often the only fastening device used to keep the robe closed, and the belt may be omitted if desired.

2.2.3 Bottoms

A “bottom” is any article of clothing that covers all or part of the region between the waist and the crotch. Bottoms may also cover portions of the legs and buttocks, but they may not cover any skin higher than the belly button. (A “bottom” that extends above the belly button would be more properly called a “body cover”.) A bottom may be worn with a top such as a shirt, but a bottom may not be worn with a body-cover such as a dress.

Either a bottom or a body cover is considered essential for modesty. Girls should seriously consider wearing something to cover their bottoms before they venture out in public. The only exception is for girls with pubic hair, who may not wear bottoms. These girls must rely on their hair as an alternative to clothing to achieve a sense of modesty.

Recommendation: If a girl wears a shirt with a bottom, such as shorts or pants, she must take great care to verify that the shirt is not so long that it might be classified as a micro-minidress. If she is able to tuck the shirt into her pants, then there is a high probability the shirt is too long to be classified as a “shirt”. She may still wear the shirt, but she may not wear any bottom with it. This requirement — wearing the shirt without any bottom — isn’t as harsh as it first appears. A shirt this long probably covers the girl well enough that a bottom is not necessary. Panties

Panties are form fitting clothes with an optional elastic band that goes around the body (waistband) and a strap that goes between the legs, covering the opening of the vagina and the anus. Panties can be of various styles, including boy shorts, bikini, thong, and many others. Panties may not be worn as underwear, so you should compare styles with the objective of wearing them as outerwear.

Bikini panties are low cut and sits more on the hip. Cotton panties with a reinforced crotch are too plain to be suited for outerwear, but the thinner panties made with a higher man-made fiber content and the more satiny-finished seemless bikinis are ideal for outerwear.

Thong panties have a narrow vertical strap covering the anus. The best thongs to wear as outerwear are those with the smallest straps, including the so-called “fishing line” thongs whose straps are completely invisible to the naked eye.

Split-crotch panties are designed to leave the vagina and anus uncovered. Panties such that the split is undetecteable while the girl is seated or standing with her legs together are ideal as outerwear.

Strapless panties consist of a piece of fabric that extends between the legs, covering the anus and vagina, and having a plug inserted into one or both of these openings.

“Pussy ring panties” consist of a circular piece of fabric anchored in place by a body piercing through either the inner or outer lips of the vulva, or the clitoral hood.

“No-rise panties” consist of a pair of leg garters, joined in one place, or a headband twisted into a figure-8. They are worn by pushing them as high as possible on the thighs. They are typically frilly or fuzzy, so they cover the vaginal opening.

“Bloomers” are an old fashioned type of women’s underwear that resembles loose fitting trousers or shorts, and are usually frilly.

Recommendation: Many girls crave the sexy feel of nudity without actually being nude. This can be achieved by wearing the thinest, lightest bikini panties that have been modified by carefully removing the waistband and legbands with sharp scissors. The result is a pair of panties that hover in the vicinity of your bottom while making minimal contact with your skin. When you first start wearing this style, you will find yourself checking frequently that they’re still on! Lacking elastic, these panties do tend to sag a bit while you are walking, and you may find it necessary to pull them up every now and then, but most girls say that’s a small price to pay for the joy of nudity without actually being nude. Shorts, boxers, hot pants, Daisy Dukes

Shorts are an article of clothing that has a waistband about the hips, does not cover higher than the belly button or lower than the knees, and has some fabric (called a “strap”) that extends from front to back between the legs. Panties may not be worn under shorts.

“Boxers” are loose fitting, with plenty of room in each leg hole.

Boy shorts are patterned after a boy’s underpants. They are cut very square, covering most of a girl’s cheeks, making them ideal for outerwear as shorts.

“Hot Pants”, also called “Daisy Dukes” are Very short pants.

Note: The Dress Code makes no distinction between Shorts, Panties, and Pants, so any one of these items of clothing may be worn alone as a bottom, but none of them can be worn under another bottom or body-cover.

Recommendation: Most panties are designed to fit snugly. The exception is boxers, which are not comfortable unless they are as loose as possible. Moreover, since boxers have such large leg openings, a girl must take care that her vagina can’t be seen by someone looking up her legs. For this reason, girls should wear boxers as big as they can, so there is as much fabric as possible to cover them. To tell if a girl’s boxers fit properly, she should stand with her legs slightly separated. If her boxers stay up on their own, then they’re a bit too snug for her. At first, a girl may feel awkward wearing such a loose-fitting bottom, but as she becomes more accustomed to it, she will begin to feel more comfortable wearing them, even though they may slide down from time to time. In those rare times when a girl has no free hand to hold up her boxers, she may prefer to step out of them temporarily. For example, in the cafeteria, it is customary for a girl to put her boxers on her tray so she can use both hands to hold the tray. Depending on an individual girl’s trade-off between convenience and modesty, she may put her boxers back on when she sits down at the table, or she may wait until she is finished with her lunch — that way, she can freely get up for seconds without having to hold up her pants. This is up to each girl’s choice and her comfort level. Pants

Pants are an article of clothing that has a waistband, does not cover higher than the belly button, covers lower than the knees, and has fabric that extends from front to back between the legs. Panties may not be worn under pants.

Pantyhose is hosiery offering coverage, although they may be sheer, from the toes to the waist. Pantyhose is the same as pants, for the purpose of this Dress Code.

Low-rise pants have a waistband that has been trimmed and hemmed short, so as to reach up no higher than the top of a girl’s butt crack, and no more than an inch higher than the top of her vagina.

No-rise pants consist of two pant-legs attached along the inner-thigh section of each leg. The length of the seam attaching the pant-legs should be about equal to the distance from the girl’s anus to her vagina, so that it neatly covers her perineum.

Semi-sheer pants and panty-hose are indistinguishable under the Dress Code, and may be worn as outer wear.

Fishnet pants are not prohibited, but the fishnet spacing should be less than a quarter-inch, and the openings in the vicinity of the anus and vulva should be no more than an inch in size.

Pants with the seat removed are called “chaps”. Skirt

An article of clothing that has a waistband, and fabric that extends down from it, lower than the top of the pubic bone in front, or lower than the tailbone in back.

A “loin cloth” is a backless skirt, which has a waistband, but does not cover the anus or any part of the buttocks.

A “thigh skirt” is a skirt worn about the thighs, coming mid-way up the vulva in front, and up to the bottom of the ass crack in the back. A fuzzy fabric can be used to improve the visual appeal of a thigh skirt, and provide slightly better coverage of vital body parts.

2.2.4 Accessories Stockings

A form-fitting article of clothing that covers the foot and all or part of a leg, but no part of the torso, is a stocking. A stocking may come up to a point mid-way between the knee and the crotch, but no higher. A stocking that covers the upper thigh is classified as “no-rise pants”, and is a bottom, rather than an accessory. Garter Belt

A “garter belt” or “hip garter” is a belt that goes around the hips or waist, and has straps that extend to the tops of the stockings to hold them up. A garter belt may be worn under a dress or skirt or, less commonly, over panties. Gloves, arm-bands

A form-fitting article of clothing that covers the hand (in the case of gloves) and all or part of an arm, but nothing else, is a glove or arm-band.

A pair of gloves or arm-bands with a sheet of fabric extending between them (a “glove shirt” or “glove dress”) is a kind of backless shirt (or backless dress, if it covers the pubic bone). Depending on its length, such a glove shirt is a “top” or “body-cover”, rather than an accessory.

Recommendation: clothes that require a girl’s constant attention so she stays covered can be a lot of fun for the girl. A glove dress is a perfect example of such clothing. While she is seated with her hands in her lap, or standing with her hands at her side, she is fully covered. But any use of her hands is likely to leave her fully exposed. If she has exhibitionist tendencies, she has a ready excuse for “accidentally” showing herself in public. She can be very coy, and use her hands as little as possible, or quite the opposite, raising her hands over her head to reveal her entire body. Necklace or Scarf

An article of clothing that goes around the neck and hangs from it. A neclace or scarf is normally an “accessory”, and may be worn with any other clothing. However, a necklace, scarf or “lei” that covers one or both nipples (or has fabric hanging from it that covers one or both nipples) is a “top” and may not be worn with any other top.

A “boa” is a long scarf made of feathers.

A necklace is an “accessory” or a “top” depending on nipple coverage. Hat, veil, hairband, headscarf (bonnet)

An article of clothing worn on the head. A hat may be worn with any other item of clothing. Socks

Articles of clothing worn on the foot and lower leg, below the knee. If socks extend above the knee they are defined as stockings. Socks may be worn with any other item of clothing. Note: a girl wearing only socks is sufficiently naked that she may claim the nudity exemption to the rule requiring a top inside College buildings. For this reason, a girl need not remove her socks to enter a building. Shoes, Boots

Articles of clothing worn on the foot and lower leg, below the knee. If boots extend above the knee they are defined as “chaps”, a kind of pants, and so tall boots may not be worn with a bottom. Shoes may be worn with any other item of clothing. Jewelry

Rings, including earrings and rings or posts for body piercings. Normally, jewelry is considered an “accessory”, so you may wear clothes over the jewelry, if you wish. However, any jewelry that obscures an area of skin larger than one square inch is considered a “bottom” or a “top” (depending on its location), and so a girl may not wear clothing over it. Leg Garter

A leg garter is a band of fabric worn around the leg.

If garters are worn at the very tops of a girl’s legs, then they are considered “panties” (if they are less than two inches in width) or a “thigh skirt” (if they are two inches or wider), and in either case are considered “bottoms”, and may not be worn with any other bottom or body cover.

Otherwise, leg garters are “accessories”, and may be worn with any other items of clothing. Belt

A belt is a garment that wraps around the body at the waist or hips. Normally a belt is considered an “accessory”, and can be worn with any other clothing. Depending on how it is worn, a belt is either an accessory or a bottom. If any part of the belt hangs on or below either the pubic bone or the tail bone, then it is considered a “bottom”.

2.2.5 Prohibited Items

There are no items of clothing that are prohibited by the Dress Code. However, some combinations of items are prohibited, so girls should read the Dress Code carefully.

2.3 Belongings

To circumvent the spirit of the Code, some girls might be tempted to remove articles of clothing and carry them around with them. For this reason, during an Inspection, a girl’s belongings are searched. Carrying forbidden items can result in a Violation.

2.3.1 Articles of Clothing that may not be carried

The rules against carrying clothes are simple: unless you just bought the clothes (and the tags are still on them), you may not carry anything you are not eligible to wear. That means you have to be topless to carry a top, you have to be bottomless to carry a bottom, and you have to be naked to carry a body-cover.

It is forbidden to carry two articles of clothing that can’t be worn together — two tops, or a bottom and a dress, for example.

2.4 Body Decorations

Body decorations include tattoos, piercings, body paint, makeup, and the like. Body decorations are permitted, but they may not be covered by clothing if they “substantially obscure” the part of the body they decorate. Please refer to each subsection for details.

2.4.1 Tattoos

A tattoo is any design drawn on the body using temporary or permanent ink or paint using the skin as the background color. Tattoos are are distinct from body paint in that the skin is visible as the background of the former, but not the latter. Clothing may be worn over a tattoo, if desired.

2.4.2 Piercings

Nipple rings and pussy rings (hood ornaments) are permitted, and are considered “Jewelry”, an “accessory”. You may wear clothes over the jewelry, if you wish. However, any jewelry that obscures an area of skin larger than one square inch is considered a “bottom” or a “top” (depending on its location), and so a girl may not wear clothing over it.

2.4.3 Makeup

Coloring or tints that work with your body’s natural tones, and accent your skin color, such as blush, eyeliner, etc. are considered “makeup”. Makeup may be worn under clothes if the parts of the body hidden by the clothing are “blended” into the exposed parts.

2.4.4 Body Paint

Any substance applied to the skin that hides the body either because it is opaque or because it significantly alters the skin color is considered Body Paint. Body Paint may be used as an alternative to clothing, but may not cover or be covered by clothing. In order for a girl’s vagina to be considered “covered”, the paint should cover the skin of her vulva right up to the pink skin, but need not cover the pink skin itself. For a girl’s anus to be considered “covered”, the paint must cover the skin around her anus, right up to her sphincter, but need not cover the sphincter itself. The body paint should be designed to either resemble clothing or a body mural, which means it should be more than just a ring of paint around the girl’s pink skin.

Recommendation: If a girl is inspected while wearing body paint, she should take extra care to refrain from becoming sexually excited, as this might cause the pink parts of her pussy to expand, leaving the pussy largely uncovered. Even mild sexual excitement is more readily observed when a girl is wearing body paint.

2.4.5 Whipped Cream, Shaving Cream, etc.

Whipped cream, Shaving Cream, and dark-colored jellies and jams can be used as an alternative to clothing. Because of their messy nature, these substances should be used mainly on a girl’s frontal areas. They may be placed in her butt crack, but only if she intends to remain standing, and/or she wipes her ass clean before sitting in any public place.

3 Exceptions

Some of the rules in this Code have reasonable exceptions, which are described in this section.

3.1 Cold weather

In cold weather, two tops are permitted (or two dresses, or a top and a dress). The outer top may be a heavy jacket or sweater, and may be removed and carried indoors without penalty.

3.2 Newly purchased clothes

Newly purchased clothes, with tags on, and accompanied by receipts, may be carried. Within a store, clothes may be carried for the purpose of trying them on, subject to store restrictions.

4 Known limitations of the Code

This Dress Code covers most situations that might arise, but no code can anticipate every situation. These rules do not make many restrictions on the type or length of clothing, while still encouraging modest coverage standards. Even so, there are some articles of clothing which can’t be worn consistent with the Code. This section is presented for the benefit of girls, who should read it to become familiar with drawbacks or difficulties with the Code. This will help them avoid the pitfalls of the Code.

4.1 Exploiting Weaknesses in the Code

This section is presented knowing the risk that the Code’s limitations might be exploited for the purpose of tricking a girl into violating it. This use is discouraged.

By reading this section, girls can become aware of ways the Code might be exploited against them, and so be armed with information they can use to avoid such pitfalls.

4.2 Deliberations during Indecency Hearing

During the Judge’s deliberations, he may ask to review evidence. The girl models the evidence for the Judge. It is common for him to request sexual favors at this time, although the girl is not required to do anything more than model the evidence. The Judge is not permitted to take a girl’s refusal of sexual favors into account when determining his verdict, however some people believe Judges do take this into account.

Recommendation: If a girl is called to the Judge’s chambers for a private showing, and asked to perform sexual favors for him, she should consider this: It is uncommon for a satisfied Judge to rule against a defendant. In cases involving aggregious violations or second offenses, the punishment can be harsh, so pleasing the Judge is an expedient way for a girl to reduce her sentence.

4.3 Profiling

On the whole, this Code encourages modesty. The inspection and hearing process outlined in this document results in very modest dress on the part of most girls on campus. The Inspectors are asked not to abuse their Inspection power by targeting good looking girls or those wearing a particular type of clothing for Inspections, but unfortunately, it is widely believed that this kind of “Profiling” is done. The Inspectors claim they target modestly dressed individuals disproportionately because such styles have greater potential to conceal Violations. Whether or not it’s intentional, most girls believe Profiling exists, and it encourages them to wear skimpy clothing.

Recommendation: If you’re a pretty girl, be careful not to dress too conservatively, because this may make you a target for inspections. It is an unfortunate fact of this Dress Code that Inspections tend to be embarrassing, even humiliating, so here are some tips to help keep you from being inspected. If you wear pants, you may wish to keep them unzipped, with part of your vulva showing, so inspectors who happen to be in the area will readily see you have no pubic hair and you aren’t wearing panties. You should keep part of your vulva is covered for modesty. If you prefer to wear dresses, wear only short dresses or backless ones. Then try to remember to sit with your legs apart in public, so any inspectors who happen to be in the area will not suspect you of a Violation. Remember: allowing your private parts to be seen in public is not a violation of the Code. And exposing them to view while you are seated might just save you the trouble of an Inspection and a Hearing — a small price in modesty to pay to avoid a substantial inconvenience later.

Much is written to explain the need to display the lack of panties by exposing at least half the ass cheeks. A girl also needs to insure that she displays the lack of a bra up top. She should select tops and body coverings that expose the sides of the breast as much as possible. The larger the breast, the more should be exposed. Most inspectors also consider the possible use of pasties under a top. The careful girl can avoid most inspections by having a minimum of nipple coverage as well. The exposure of the bottom half of the breast is often the maximum coverage that a girl can have to have a chance at avoiding an inspection. Body coverings should expose a minimum of the inside and outside of each breast as well as allow slippage during extensive physical activities like walking or taking a deep breath.
Comment By advocate At 11/30/2007 1:46 PM

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