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This High School Dance Team’s Uniforms Are Snatching Edges & The Internet Can’t Take It

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  1. Jayna Flores says:

    High school???? Based on the video I saw on IG, I assumed they were in college…um, wow ok lol.

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    1. xoNecole.com says:

      Lol no they’re in high school.

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    2. I thought they were in college too. Just assumed.

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    3. I mean as long as they are college bound, and focused on good grades that reflect right? 😉🤷🏾‍♀️

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  2. It’s too much for high school; just my opinion!

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    1. I agree! A bit too risky for 15-17 year old girls.

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    2. Some kids start high school at 13 or 14! Even worse!

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  3. Funny thing is, cheerleading outfits are skimpier than some of these outfits, but we only have something to say when it’s black girls. We praise others for doing what we do naturally but are the first to bring down our own.

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    1. Zaya Okilo says:

      Why y’all be concerned with what other races do with they children? Saying other girls do it too shouldn’t be the reason why u OK with them dressing inappropriately.

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    2. No, a lot of people disagree with cheerleading outfits too.

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    3. Race has no bearing on my opinion. A high school dance squad does not need to be overly sexualized.

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  4. It’s so funny because ppl are screaming “not my child” ummm at what age do you think these children become professional dancers and start careers?! It ain’t 25! They have got to be prepared and ready for whatever job comes their way and this is great preparation… Period their parents know that these will be in classes with other students who are at the top and are investing in their future and their dance teacher is prepping them to hang with the big dogs. This makes me smile. Work twice as hard to get half as far and these ladies are putting in work

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    1. Agreed!!! I been out of high school almost 20 year (class of 2001). Dancers dressed like this back then at all the schools in my area black or white. We just didn’t have internet back then for people to judge.

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    2. Agree! I was on the high school band dance team in the early 90s. We wore uniforms like this and no one complained! You competed for those spots on that dance team. Parents knew exactly what was going on and the uniforms that would be worn. No one complained.

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    3. Same c/o 2004! Parents not only knew but where do they think the money comes from for this? These kids have talent and supportive parents. You know how rare that is in our community for the girls to get support outside of track and field?! All this judgemental crap is laughable. People say the craziest thing behind a computer

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  5. Cant when with my people yall so shady and fickel. I cant woth yall and woman shaming these young ladiea at that. Watch them flourish and. There is a Debbie Allen in this squad. They BETTER WERK! I hear you need a 3.00 or higher to be on this squad. MOST of yall had 2.00. ✌

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  6. Anna Watson says:

    Too much for my daughter in high school. I don’t care what other people allow their daughters to wear. As an administrator, it would be a no for me.

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  7. Meme Byrd says:

    When are we going to wake up. Teenage girls should not be dressed like this . I can’t understand the need to sexualize our girls.

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    1. Then stop sexualizing our girls 💁🏿. It’s not complicated.

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  8. Not appropriate for high school, no shade intended.

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  9. Gina Antoine says:

    My daughters wouldn’t wear this.

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  10. This isn’t a slay this is inappropriate af ‍♀️

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    1. Stop hating on your sisters get out the slave mentality uplift your sister just as we will uplift you…

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  11. So… these are high schoolers… meaning their ages may range from 14 and up. Are you all ok with your 14 year old marching out in public this way or with garter belts, booty bags and fans? Just asking…

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  12. Black or white that’s too grown for any child…

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    1. Chantico Cc says:

      Im sorry too grown!

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    2. All honor students & they wear less at the beach soooo?

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    3. Lex Arnold says:

      Sexualization is reaaaallll

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    4. Every last one of those parents need their asses kicked for allowing their child to dress in Hooker wear that does not at all resemble the dancewear that they were compared to.
      And so what, even if the white people did it too😐😑 that’s validation that it was the right move???

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  13. Kwame Whyte says:

    They look awesome! No shade or judgement here. Women and girls should be able to dress how they want without ppl projecting their fears and beliefs upon them. Keep it up ladies! ❤️

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    1. I do agree to an extent there has to be a line drawn at age appropriate

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  14. I seen the video when they walked out on the track! They slayed

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  15. Miami Northwestern Senior High, my alma mater!

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  16. De Rivers says:

    Hell I thought they where college

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  17. While I realize dance and cheer outfits have gotten quite skimpy, I felt the garter belts they had on when they broke the Internet were unnecessary. What purpose do garter belts serve, than to add sex appeal? They didn’t need those to dance and move freely. I am glad to know parents approved the outfits because that means parental involvement is high and the school cares what the parents think. Home and school are a partnership, or rather they should be!!

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    1. They were not garter belts. It was stockings that mimicked them. If the line has been removed, no one would’ve said anything. I understand the point of it looking suggestive, but people acted like it overshadowed their talent.

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  18. This costume slayed. More clothing than the first time around AND they still can move. I hate when dancers or choreographers make excuses for costumes when here is a perfect example of one that reveals even less. Dancers need to move but the sexualization of children in dance does need to be addressed. White black or whatever, tons of folks do take issue with the lack of material in dance costumes. We as black women already have 5 strikes against us by high school, no need to fuel the fire more by dancing half naked for no reason IMO

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  19. Reminds me of my High School dance team days. go girls

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  20. Only perverts have a problem with their attire. Black girls are victimized by black men in our communities wearing more clothes then this yet no one says a word but there is outrage because of outfits smdh. Let’s address the real issues like rape and molestation of little black girls and boys in our communities that go unnoticed. That’s the real outrage.

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    1. Someone’s judgment on attire doesn’t make them a pervert people are allowed to have an opinion on what’s appropriate or not. U see this a normal and appropriate for a highschool girl to be dancing and gyrating in….someone else would beg to differ doesn’t mean they are the one with a problem

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    2. That part. Yes, there needs to be standards, but this is dance and they can get away with more. It’s not like this is everyday clothing. What we need to be concerned about are the men that objectify young women regardless of their clothing.

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  21. Beautiful black girls. They just need to stay out of the garter belts like the last time. This costume was on fckn point.

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  22. Traci Young Byron slays ✨

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  23. This one is okay… they other one with the garter belts? No.

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  24. Yesss!!! These girls are taught by a dance instructor with real credentials at a studio and are very skilled. Most dance costumes are way worse. Many majorette and dancer costumes in general are more revealing including competitive cheering and gymnastic uniforms. People commenting negatively are so ignorant to those types of things. They are slaying the heck out of their shows and costumes.

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  25. They Are Sooooooo Popping! How Is It Too Grown ? This Some Build Ya Self Esteem To The Highest Degree Outfits. I Can’t Shame Them! I’m Happy For Them!

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  26. It’s a stage outfit. What’s showing, some leg?? Gymnastics require a leotard and that’s it. Most gymnast are wayyy younger than this. The kids in 5 year old’s dance class wear bra/short sets. It’s a costume and not for everyday wear.

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  27. Lanese King says:

    They look amazing. Very creative costumes.

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  28. omg… high school girls what have the world come to?

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  29. Deana Norman says:

    Love the futurist look; too many boring church prudes up in here. Your ancestors, our ancestors were NAKED.

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  30. Toya Marie says:

    These weren’t so bad, the garter etc was a bit much. It is what it is.

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  31. Sephora RN says:

    Thankfully it didn’t snatch my edges, but this video damn sure broke off a few of my split ends.. Those boots are

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  32. Kira Barbie says:

    They are doing the damn thing in those outfits. In this world please yourself ONLY!. If their parents are ok with it then so am I. They are not hurting anyone and the only thing showing are legs. People need to move on. #KudosToThem

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  33. Nikki Massie says:

    I’m sorry but that “specialization Of black girls” argument, while valid, doesn’t fit with that first set of costumes. The costumes themselves were sexualizing.

    That said, I wish these ladies much success in their futures.

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  34. It’s a lot for hs…I am wondering about funding. Those outfits & weaves look pricey. Where I live we are always begging for money for t-shirts, trips, costumes. I need their fundraising ideas!

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  35. That walk though ❤️

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  36. They are also a dance team outside of school and do competitions. North western is the show to see in Miami. And it’s been that way for a while. These girls go on to get scholarships and join dance companies. I’m here for it!

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  37. 👀.. I can’t smh lol

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  38. I’m sorry. This is just too grown in my opinion. They look great! Just not age appropriate.

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  39. Yes Keep Slaying It Young Queens

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  40. BJ Briggs says:

    I thougbt they were in college….

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  41. Sonya Weaver says:

    Their walk though! Loved it!!❤️

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  42. Andrea Hill says:

    I hated their first outfit. But this outfit I could live with as a mother.

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  43. Slayage…..can people just shut up and take out a pen and a pad and take notes on how these divas SLAY

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  44. Adele Greene says:

    Man to Hades with the haters and shamers..they slayed. That is all. All I wanna know is where did y’all get those boots from

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  45. These are better then the bedroom fantasy outfits the last time.

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  46. Petrie Vee says:

    Welcome to Miami ‼️‼️ Miami North Western High School Always killing it! ’s

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  47. High school?! I for sure thought college! Slay young queens!!!

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  48. Asia says:

    I think the garter belt is what took the outfit from dance attire to “too sexual” looking stripper attire. The girls seem quite talented and I don’t question whether they are smart, positive, or good students. However, for high school, I agree it’s not appropriate. They were doing the absolute most with those outfits. I get edgy and cute but the look was more trashy than edgy to me. I get what the father was saying, most fathers of young girls wouldn’t appreciate his daughter dressed this way and essentially inviting unwanted attention from boys and even men a the game! I do like the new blue “galaxy” looking outfit. That hit the edgy mark without looking trashy! The girls seem to be in perfect formation. I appreciate the schools response, and I appreciate that people can have dialogue about the appropriateness of behavior, looks, and actions of our children. We need to keep our standards and expectations high!

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  49. Debra says:

    C’mon guys, remember no matter what we (girls/women) do, we will always be the problem. We will always be blamed for the harassment that comes our way. Never will it be the person who is actually committing the offense…because you know..they can’t help themselves. FOH

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  50. Mona says:

    I don’t care if they are black,white, or blue. There is no reason for these girls, or any woman or girl, to be walking around in public with a garter belt on full display. What’s the point? My only reference of garter belts are women trying to turn their man on with lingerie in the bedroom. Literally never seen them worn in any other way. The costumes are cute otherwise. This isn’t a race issue.

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  51. Girls of all races in dance and gymnastics dress like this…. even younger. You see the pics of the little white girls in her post…. they’re even more naked! What’s the difference?
    I didnt see them actually dance – that could be the difference.

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    1. It’s been the normal in this sport for a very long time… whether high school, competitive dance/gymnastics, whatever… just like ballet dancers are in leotards, which is basically what these girls are wearing… with more style. I have a daughter and if I’m going to allow her to be a dancer, I have to expect this….

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  52. Brit Coleman says:

    There are toddlers wearing makeup and skimpy outfits intentionally lets start there. You can’t be over sexualized unless someone is looking at you sexually. It’s your own faults for looking at this as more than a high school professional dance performance, it’s a costume it’s meant to be dramatic

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