I noticed you couldn't differentiate b/w a goof off game, meant not to be taken seriously, and someone who dresses that way intentionally.Many schools have a powder puff football game, even in the south. The girls dress up as football players and the boys as cheerleaders. So this is ok, but God forbid some girl should want to wear pants, a button down shirt, a jacket and a tie/bowtie/cumberbund with loafers to a dance. Blasphemy!
How did we get to this again? You can't debate the actual issue here, so you try to compare it to segregation?And there are actually a good number of people still in the south who don't want their children to have to be around interracial couples. In fact, I'm pretty sure that had my best friend told her grandma, her legal guardian, that I was dating a black guy, she would not have been allowed to hang out with me. And I'm sure there were plenty of parents that didn't want their precious children influenced by those deviant () black kids when schools were integrated.
I don't think telling a girl to dress approriately is against the law. I mean, if you have to tell some girl to leave b/c she is wearing boy clothes for the sake of drawing attention to yourself at a public function then the situation isn't going to end pretty for the girl. Common decency still has its place in a civilized society.If they don't want their children influenced by the homosexuals and/or cross-dressers, then they need to put their children in private school, otherwise they need to get over it. Because the law says that schools cannot discriminate.
You can't expect people to accept freaks walking around in all aspects of life.
I don't know what is going on, but someone is putting something in the water b/c its not natural for guys to act like and dress like a bunch of valley girls.
How the girl dresses is very relevant to her family life, which obviously isn't very good if she is acting out in public in such ways.
Ignorance requires not knowing what one speaks. I have a very solid grasp on the fact that girls, NORMAL girls, wear dresses to proms and will spend days searching for one and pampering themselves to look good in it.
IF you want to sit here and act like a girl wearing a boy tux as being normal, then I really don't know what to say to that.