"And when prompted, my grandson must say he's a girl," says Randi Woodley, who is raising 4-year-old Michael, also know as "Tink."
"We are preparing our children for the future and it begins here," the school's principal said.
State Representative Antonio Parkinson (D) came up the idea after he received calls from parents complaining about the inappropriate clothes other adults were wearing during school visits.
Parents of students at a Cincinnati middle school were incensed by a letter sent home saying that Afros and dreadlocks would be banned from an upcoming winter concert, and that girls should visit a cosmetologist the night before the event.
The passenger ended up buying a sarong and being allowed to board.
After Isabella Messer's school banned "exposed shoulders," she wore a shirt to school that read: "Do my shoulders turn you on?"
...unless they're Ivanka Trump or Michelle Obama, apparently.
Enforcing a 'high heels only' policy is just one way women's appearances are scrutinized.
The government of Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is increasingly concerned with how women dress.