Many stores now carry uniform lines, such as Old Navy, the Gap, and Target. The male/female uniforms are very similar, just sold in boys/girls sections.
Also, Jerry, I'd encourage you to read up on Aaron Fricke.
[ame=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aaron_Fricke]Aaron Fricke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]
Ten states now have laws on the books making it illegal to discriminate against gay/lesbian students.Shortly after he came out in 1980, Fricke began seeing another male student. Fricke decided to bring him as his date to the prom. When the high school informed Fricke he could not bring him to the prom, he filed suit in U.S. District court. The presiding judge, Raymond J. Pettine, ruled in Fricke's favor, ordering the school to not only allow him and his partner to attend as a couple but also to provide enough security to ensure their safety. The case received considerable media attention, and news camera crews filmed and interviewed the couple at the dance.
The case set a precedent, that has been used across the United States, to establish a legal right for students to bring same sex partners to school proms and other school social events.
Plaintiff - Aaron Fricke
State: Rhode Island
Date of case: 1981
The plaintiff won, and this case has been used as a legal precedent in PROM cases around the U.S. to prohibit discrimination against gay/lesbian students. 10 states already have laws on the books prohibiting schools from doing this sort of thing.
I hate to break it to you, Navy, but the war is already over. You lost.
Last edited by Catz Part Deux; 03-13-10 at 11:58 PM.