In the Spanish city of Bilbao, a young child named Mikel Gómez, wearing a skirt, came out of school by the management for being mentally ill. Angered by this, many teachers are now coming to classes wearing skirts. Not only this, this campaign, which started on October 27 last year, has now become a nationwide movement. The name of this movement started in support of that child is ‘No gender of clothes’. More and more people are joining the campaign against the stereotypical thinking related to gender. People say that they want to increase tolerance through this.
what is the whole matter
A student in Spain was kicked out of school for wearing a skirt. Since then, people in this country are vocal towards school management and conservatism thinking about this act. This matter caught the attention that now it has become a movement. People have given the name of this movement ‘Clothes Have No Gender’. Not only this, in support of that child, male teachers of many schools in Spain have also started coming to class wearing skirts. Recently, 37-year-old teacher Manuel Ortega and 36-year-old teacher Borja Velazquez have also joined the movement. In fact, at Manuel and Borja’s school, a student was bullied for wearing a T-shirt. These teachers are wearing skirts in class to fight the stereotypical gender norms.
Small children – some are called mentally ill and some are called homosexuals.
Significantly, Ortega and Borja teach at a school in Valladolid. After seeing a student’s T-shirt in his school, he was mocked as gay and he was so embarrassed that he was forced to take off his T-shirt in tears. Ortega was feeling quite shocked by this incident. After this, he along with his co-worker Borja decided to do something in this matter. That’s why Borja and Ortega have been coming to their school wearing skirts for the past month. Orteja said she doesn’t mind wearing a skirt to gain cheap popularity on social media or go viral.
Wearing skirts to increase tolerance in society
He said that with the help of this step we want to increase tolerance in the society and appeal to other people also to join this campaign. Significantly, this movement started on October 27 last year when a student named Mikel Gomez in Spain’s Bilbao city was sacked for wearing a skirt to school and it was said that Mikel was not in a good mental condition and he should Psychologists are needed. The same Gomez made a video after this and she said that she wanted to show support for feminism and pluralism while wearing a skirt. This video of Mikel went viral and since then many teachers and students are coming to school wearing skirts.
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