When I went to school, the only clothes I was allowed to choose were short skirts, and only in summer and winter.
Nowadays, I am not allowed to dress as I please, but when I was young, I was given a choice of a number of styles: black pants, long-sleeved shirt, tight-fitting tank top.
I wore all these to school.
My parents thought it was a great idea to give me a choice.
But, as soon as I started college, my dress code was changed.
At that time, the government was looking to make India more inclusive for women.
The idea of a uniform code for women in India was being debated.
But there was a difference in the dress code.
Women’s clothing was only allowed for special occasions, like weddings.
This was not the case in our school.
In those days, girls wore skirts, which meant they were not allowed outside, for instance to the market.
Now, we are allowed to go to the markets and buy whatever we like, and this was a change that was really important for women’s empowerment.
The dress code is now a part of the dress codes in all India’s state and district level schools.
While the idea of changing the dress rules is important, what makes it so important is the number of women who wear it.
It is not just that girls can wear shorts now.
A few years ago, a senior leader of a political party, Anupam Kher, said that it was better to have an informal dress code in India than a formal one.
In a world where women’s voices are being ignored, it is a great opportunity for women to be heard.
If we are talking about the dress of the woman, this is the way it should be.
This is how it should have been.
I don’t want to be judged by the rules of this world.
Even though I am wearing shorts in this photo, I want to stand out.
What are the dress guidelines for women?
How are they enforced?
The uniform code was designed to ensure that women were not seen as objects.
In other words, if a girl was seen to be wearing pants, it meant that she was not allowed.
That meant that the dress was always visible, even when she was at home or at school.
It was a dress code to keep women in their place.
Every school in the country has a dress policy, but it is not as simple as it is often made out to be.
There are more than one dress code for girls.
Many of these dress codes are more stringent than the traditional dress code, with more than a dozen rules and regulations.
For example, a girl has to wear a skirt in school, even if it is just a T-shirt, and even if her parents insist that she wear a long-S or short-S.
Some girls are forced to wear skirts when they go to clubs or sports events, or if they are wearing a short-sleeve shirt in public.
School uniforms have a uniform-code that is similar to the dress-code.
It is a simple piece of cloth that is a part in the clothes that the girl wears.
However, these rules and restrictions are not absolute.
The government is also looking at ways to make girls feel more comfortable in the classroom.
In schools, the girls are taught about the concept of modesty and how to wear the correct dress.
When I was in school as a student, I had to wear high heels.
Now, I wear shorts, and I wear them even in the school cafeteria.
As the school year starts, students wear shorts and skirts to avoid exposing themselves.
But when it comes to uniforms, they do not wear skirts.
There are many examples of students dressing modestly when they are out at festivals, festivals are often held in the evening and when they return home, there are always high-spirited celebrations.
Girls are often taught to wear trousers at home, and to wear them during class.
This means that they do dress for the school uniform.
On the other hand, when a girl is in the street, she will be seen wearing a dress and she is expected to cover her body.
I do not know if this is a good or a bad thing, but girls should be taught to do this.
Why does the government want to change the dress?
I have been told that the reason is to make Indian girls more confident.
We do not want our daughters to feel uncomfortable.
But if the government tries to change a dress rule, it will be against Indian values.
Do I need to wear pants?
No, I do wear shorts at home and I have always worn them in school.
Why should I wear pants when I am a child?
Girls should have the freedom to dress however they like.
During my time in school