“It helps to get up in the morning and not have to think about what you’re going to wear,” said Maria, a ninth-grader who swims, plays soccer, and wears exactly what everybody else does at her high school in Washington, DC. Each school day, Maria dons an all-white oxford shirt, brown shoes, and a gray/maroon plaid skirt that has to be long enough to the touch the ground when she kneels. After school and on weekends, of course, all bets are off. Maria has a simple yet effective strategy: she borrows her friends’ clothes, typically baggy jeans.
These Are Not Stupid Reasons all Of These are true i see all of them happen at my school especially The self image part mostly////Every child labels them as something
To Short/To Fat/To Tall/To Skinny Kids look at people wearing the same clothes as they are and they look different so they feel different and that can make them feel more worthless than the other kids. Some kids react different////some kids get depressed over this and that can lead to anxiety witch in some cases can be suicide So These are not Stupid in Any Way