Last edited by madman; 09-19-12 at 10:48 AM.
I can't speak for SoCal, but here in the East school uniforms are not the norm outside of private schools. I'm talking about the girls walking around looking like escorts and the guys looking like gang bangers, for starters.
And from the last time i've heard, there are dress codes in all schools. Uniforms or not. If they are not being enforced, then you'll have to talk to the admins. I dont wish to waste my time with such trivial non-sense. Some kids just want to express themselves.
Now it you truly want to be outraged, why not crack down on those short skirts that the girls wear in catholic schools? Im not sure if you are aware, but there is a fetish for young girls in plaid short skirts. That cant be good for society, you know
If I ever have children the issue will be dealt with quite easily..... They'll be HOMESCHOOLED.
As promised here is a translation :
title: Femen: "You can't just stop to ogle, stop and think"
The Ukrainian militant group Femen have inaugurated a feminist training camp in Paris to create an army of "soldiers against the patriarchy".
"Out with fundamentalism, Liberty equals nudity": The militants from the feminist movement Femen are in Paris for the opening of and international feminist training camp and they want everyone to know. At eleven this tuesday morning at Chateau-Rouge metro station, the Ukrainian leaders of the movement (list of names) together with a dozen French activists stood nude at the entrance to the metro. They displayed their bodies which were covered in slogans. In this lower-class neighborhood that usually gets into the news due to its security problems, the activists headed towards Deauville road surrounded by a crowd of journalists and surprised, but often rather happy looking by-standards.
The activists have now set up shop at the "Lavoir Moderne Parisien", a theatre in the Goutte-d'or district threatened by imminent closure, in order to begin their "war against the patriarchy".
The best among us have doubts, the worst are always certain.
"Le train de tes injures roule sur les rails de mon indifférence"
George Abidbol, La Classe Americaine