I went to an all-girls’ Catholic high school, and while the uniform I wore didn’t look like the one presented in the image above, it was a white polo shirt with the school name embroidered on it and a plaid skirt. Each grade level had a different pattern, so you knew whether they were a Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, or Senior just at first glance. I never could understand why men found Catholic school uniforms so salacious. Maybe it’s because I’m neither male, nor a lesbian, but I don’t understand what’s so sexy about them. I found them uncomfortable and annoying, particularly when it was cold. It sucked having to wear the same thing, every day, for four years. Sure, it made getting dressed in the morning easy because you didn’t have to agonize over what to wear, but they weren’t attractive. At least, not to me.
Gentlemen, if you don’t mind, explain for us womenfolk who feel behind the curve precisely WHY it is you adore the image of a woman in a plaid skirt and white, button-down shirt, her hair either in pigtails (which I haven’t worn since kindergarten) or a ponytail. I’m legitimately curious.