Teacher Criticized On Twitter For 'Inappropriate' Classroom Attire

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Isabella Ohlmeyer
A teaching assistant in Atlanta, Georgia is being attacked on social media for her work outfits, while others are defending her choice of clothing.

Sexism has, once again, reared its ugly head as a Georgia educator has been subjected to online criticism for the clothing she wears in the classroom. 

Patrice Brown, a 4th grade teaching assistant in Atlanta, Georgia, was recently slammed on social media for photos she posted of her work attire, Metro reports.

Teacher Receives Backlash Over Her Work Outfits

Under the hashtag #teacherbae, many Twitter users were complaining that Brown's outfits were “inappropriate” on school grounds, while others chimed in to defend the teacher’s clothing choices.

“I just wish they would respect me and focus on the positive and what truly matters, which is educating the children of the future generations  and providing and caring for them,” Brown reportedly told The Daily Dot.

Her employer is not bothered by her work attire. It’s a shame that this woman is being harassed because of what she wears. As long as she isn’t wearing see-through clothing, there shouldn’t be an issue with her outfits. 

What a woman wears is her own prerogative, and people who are chiming in are simply sexist internet trolls that have nothing else better to do with their time.

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