#StopShamingGirls Goes Viral After United Airlines Legging Debacle

Three girls were told they were not allowed to board their United Airlines flight on Sunday because their leggings were a violation of the airline's passenger traveler's dress code — and women everywhere were outraged.

The Twitter uproar has now taken a new stance, following author, Dana Schwartz's tweet:

The trending hashtag #StopShamingGirls is encouraging women to open up about the first time they were made, as Schwartz puts it, "to feel embarrassed and sexualized for what you wore."

And it's brilliant.

Read below to see how women have responded on Twitter about their personal experiences:

The Twitter community is participating, moving one step closer to abandon clothing restrictions and shaming of young girls.

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