I won't pretend to like school uniforms, but I can understand why some people do.
The uniform is supposed to make everyone equal, and prevent "competitive dressing". Instead, uniforms are used to control and intimidate.
We get to ride bikes and play on jungle gyms in such dress.Supposedly, blue could have an intimidating effect on opponents, since it is brighter than white.Further, white uniforms might be easier to see than blue uniforms, giving the athlete in blue the advantage of anticipating the movements of an opponent in white.Further, in the loser’s pool, athletes in blue were also more likely to have competed in one fewer match than athletes in white.And third, athletes in blue had slightly longer periods of time between matches, giving them more time to rest than athletes in white.That is its purpose, and while students must learn to follow rules, those rules must be reasonable or they are open to challenge.Where else in society can females be forced to wear dresses, skirts or culottes?I believe our schools, through the use of uniform, have done a marvellous job of eroding human rights and normalising sexual discrimination, to the point where it is barely noticed. It’s not uncommon for some athletes to have good luck charms, including the superstition that wearing certain colors may give them an edge on the competition.Overall, they recommend that blue-white uniform pairings are an ideal match for ensuring equal play.“Our paper emphasizes the need to carefully consider potential confounding factors,” Dijkstra told Phys