A fourth-grade Atlanta teacher has been called the “sexiest” teacher alive by social media. A photo of Patrice “Tricey” Brown went viral over the weekend, and in the photo, Brown is wearing a formfitting dress while in class. But the photos have people divided when it comes to what is supposedly appropriate teaching attire.
Now, personally, I don’t see anything wrong with what she has on. But others, well, here’s just a sampling of what people are saying on social media:
Other comments on social media ranged from, “She wouldn’t be teaching my child dressed like that … there’s a time and a place for everything and in the classroom is not it. Taking selfies in the middle of the classroom … bih #inappropriate af,” to others saying there was nothing wrong with what Brown was wearing.
“The only reason why people are saying this is inappropriate is because she’s thick lmao, which is pretty dumb. Her body is covered so there’s nothing inappropriate about it,” one commenter wrote on Instagram.
Clearly, Brown is an attractive woman, but are people forcing their own issues on her when it comes to what’s appropriate or not, and policing someone’s attire?
If Brown is able to teach your kids their common denominators and history, it shouldn’t matter that she’s not wearing a burlap bag.
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