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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

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    In schools where uniforms are required, girls can not wear the boys uniform and boys can not wear the girls uniform.

    The only exception to this I can think of is when the student can document transsexualism or GID.

    If she's just a lesbian then she still has to dress as a woman.
    Please define dressing as a woman for us, Jerry. And sorry, you OWN personal opinion on this is not acceptable. The universal definition is what we need in order for you to prove your position.
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    It's only unconstitutional if there's a right being infringed, and there's only a right being infringed if she can document transsexualism or GID, otherwise her preference in clothing is entirely under her control, is a choice, and therefore is not discrimination.
    And yet, until you can define for us all the UNIVERSAL definition of how a woman should dress, she can wear whatever she wants with no violation, unless there is a specific rule in place at that school that denotes that she must wear a dress.

    Jerry, your argument is leaking very badly.
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by akyron View Post
    Not really or that miss america lady would not have been crucified for stating her personal opinion.

    Gay marriage would be a non-issue because anyone of age can currently stand in front of their familiy and friends and declare their devotion and essentially be married.

    This is about taking your own views and forcing it upon others.

    You cannot have it both ways.


    Oh Please....Carrie Prejean was "Crucified" because she tried to play miss high and mighty hypocrite....miss Martyr....miss family values...when she was living a less that righteous lifestyle herself.

    As for the marriage issue. If being "married" is simply standing in front of family and friends and declaring devotion, then I assume that you would support government getting out of the marriage business altogether, right?
    (BTW: I'd be perfectly fine with that. Leave civil unions to government and let churches marry whoever they want, gays, straights, etc).

    And....I'm not asking to have it both ways. I'm saying that everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but where that right ends is when it encroaches on an individuals right to make their own personal decisions.

    I may not like Christian evangelical wackos but I live a "live and let live life". I don't try to prevent them from practicing their religion as long as they allow me the same courtesy to live my llife the way that I see fit.
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCourtesy View Post
    Please define dressing as a woman for us, Jerry. And sorry, you OWN personal opinion on this is not acceptable. The universal definition is what we need in order for you to prove your position.
    I don't know where Jerry lives, but I don't think Jerry realizes that society's idea of "suitable attire" for females has changed significantly since, oh... the 1950s and 60s.

    I, for instance, wear a teeshirt or wifebeater every day of my life. With jeans, cut-offs, or boxers (depending upon the weather, and whether I'm going out in public or just hanging around my own apartment complex).
    On cold days, I also wear a flannel or hoodie. The only shoes I own are converse all-stars.

    That is my entire wardrobe.
    It's more or less identical to my husband's wardrobe, except that he owns some expensive running shoes and some additional lycra sport clothes for working out.

    At work, I wear a uniform- khakis and a polo. The uniform is identical for male and female employees.

    No one has ever suggested to me that I'm dressed "inappropriately" or "like a man".
    I'm very dainty. I'm clearly female, whether or not I'm wearing a dress.
    I don't think I dress that much differently than most other women (or men, for that matter).

    I think dress code violations in schools these days have to do with students wearing clothing that is too revealing.
    I have never heard of a public school penalizing a female student for "not dressing like a woman", and I believe that any school that did so would be in pretty serious trouble.

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Here's a woman. Notice the mode of dress.


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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by 1069 View Post
    I, for instance, wear a teeshirt or wifebeater every day of my life. With jeans, cut-offs, or boxers (depending upon the weather, and whether I'm going out in public or just hanging around my own apartment complex).
    On cold days, I also wear a flannel or hoodie. The only shoes I own are converse all-stars.
    Sure, but would you wear this to the prom?

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by 1069 View Post
    I don't know where Jerry lives, but I don't think Jerry realizes that society's idea of "suitable attire" for females has changed significantly since, oh... the 1950s and 60s.

    I, for instance, wear a teeshirt or wifebeater every day of my life. With jeans, cut-offs, or boxers (depending upon the weather, and whether I'm going out in public or just hanging around my own apartment complex).
    On cold days, I also wear a flannel or hoodie. The only shoes I own are converse all-stars.

    That is my entire wardrobe.
    It's more or less identical to my husband's wardrobe, except that he owns some expensive running shoes and some additional lycra sport clothes for working out.

    At work, I wear a uniform- khakis and a polo. The uniform is identical for male and female employees.

    No one has ever suggested to me that I'm dressed "inappropriately" or "like a man".
    I'm very dainty. I'm clearly female, whether or not I'm wearing a dress.
    I don't think I dress that much differently than most other women (or men, for that matter).

    I think dress code violations in schools these days have to do with students wearing clothing that is too revealing.
    I have never heard of a public school penalizing a female student for "not dressing like a woman", and I believe that any school that did so would be in pretty serious trouble.
    What does ghetto attire have to do with this other than it would be inappropriate at a public function?.....
    Schools should not support deviant behavior & cross dressing is exactly that......
    A prom is not the proper venue for girls to dress like boys.....

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by misterman View Post
    Sure, but would you wear this to the prom?
    Well, I personally never went to a prom; when I did go to school dances, I wore jeans. Sure.
    I went to Catholic school, so it was a little different.
    We wore uniforms- traditional ones: green plaid skirt, white button-down shirt- and any opportunity we got to dress like normal kids, in jeans and teeshirts, we jumped at it.

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by Partisan View Post
    What does ghetto attire have to do with this other than it would be inappropriate at a public function?.....
    Schools should not support deviant behavior & cross dressing is exactly that......
    A prom is not the proper venue for girls to dress like boys.....
    That's not "like a gangster". It's just how people dress around here.
    I'm poor. I can't afford fancy clothes. And even if I could, I prefer to spend my money on other things.
    Even people with a lot of money seem to dress pretty much like me.
    They just have designer labels on their jeans and teeshirts, and fancier shoes.

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