Are we going to use feminism as an excuse for teachers to wear provocative clothing? Nowadays students are fighting against wearing uniforms and young teachers are fighting against school rules because they can't wear anything sexy. They use "olD gEneRaTion" or "1900s" as an excuse for not having an ounce of self pride. If you don't want to follow the rules and act unprofessional, then be my guest. Nobody wants to see a doctor wearing flip flops and an offensive shirt because it's unprofessional. Uniforms and dress codes are designed to uphold professionalism and reputation of companies/schools. Don't use feminism as an excuse to wear skimpy clothing -- the argument is getting old. And to those who complain about the old generation, you need to get over yourself.