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megimoo
10-07-2009, 10:15 AM
"Photo: He Is kinda cute and looks like a girl.The kid will be up for a sex change before long with a face like that ,he's already into being a Transvestite !"

Jonathan Escobar says he chooses to wear clothes that express himself. Skinny jeans, wigs, "vintage" clothing and makeup are the staples of his wardrobe.

"I don't consider myself a cross-dresser," he said. "This is just who I am."
But the 16-year-old says an assistant principal at North Cobb High School told him last week he needed to dress more "manly" for school, or consider being home-schooled. He had only been a student at the school for three days.

"I told myself I can't accept this," said Escobar, who wore a pink wig to school last Wednesday.

Escobar said the assistant principal told him his style of dress had caused a fight between students at the school. Two days later, he withdrew himself from the Kennesaw school.

"You can't wear clothing that causes a disruption," said Jay Dillon, spokesman for Cobb County schools.

Dillon said he believed Escobar arrived at school in a dress and heels. But Escobar said he never wore a dress. He says he opted for "skinny" jeans all three days with flats.

The district lists the dress code on its homepage. The rule states that students should "refrain from any mode of dress which proves to contribute to any disruption of school functions."

School administrators and teachers are the final judge of the appropriateness of clothing, according to the rule.

Escobar said he moved to Cobb County from Miami to live with his older sister. His Florida school didn't have an issue with the way he dressed, but his parents did. His sister, Veronica Escobar, urged her parents to let Jonathan come to live with her. Now she says she's shocked by what has happened.

"I didn't think they would take it this far," Veronica Escobar said.

Jonathan Escobar says he wasn't a disruption in the classroom, but he attracted attention in the lunchroom. "Everybody was surrounding me," he said.

http://www.ajc.com/news/cobb/cobb-teen-told-he-156500.html

patriot45
10-07-2009, 10:32 AM
This should be end of the world stuff! Unreal!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BpLGVlqLzTA

Gingersnap
10-07-2009, 10:47 AM
http://i35.tinypic.com/n703ra.jpg

If you're going to do a bad Wynona Rider imitation, you should do it on your own time.

linda22003
10-07-2009, 10:50 AM
http://www.whudat.com/news/images/chris-crocker-2.jpg

megimoo
10-07-2009, 11:10 AM
http://i35.tinypic.com/n703ra.jpg

If you're going to do a bad Wynona Rider imitation, you should do it on your own time.Wynona Rider ?Nope, not quite .
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVN-5-I5iBo

AlmostThere
10-07-2009, 09:21 PM
I live in Cobb County. The asst principal did this kid a BIG favor. I think dressing like this would have gotten this kid a LOT of attention at NCHS that he'd wished to hell he'd never have gotten. Adults around here don't want boys dressing like girls. But they aren't nearly as adamant on the subject as other boys would be. You just don't do this in Cobb County.

patriot45
10-07-2009, 09:25 PM
I live in Cobb County. The asst principal did this kid a BIG favor. I think dressing like this would have gotten this kid a LOT of attention at NCHS that he'd wished to hell he'd never have gotten. Adults around here don't want boys dressing like girls. But they aren't nearly as adamant on the subject as other boys would be. You just don't do this in Cobb County.

Times do change. When we were kids you just plain did not do this! Unless a beatin every day was your cup of tea! Not saying thats my view but back when I went to school you just didn't do this! The world was a better place!

Rockntractor
10-07-2009, 09:35 PM
Times do change. When we were kids you just plain did not do this! Unless a beatin every day was your cup of tea! Not saying thats my view but back when I went to school you just didn't do this! The world was a better place!

I think an ass whooping is still in order today!

PoliCon
10-07-2009, 09:37 PM
Don't let Lars see - he'll wanna hit it!

patriot45
10-07-2009, 09:38 PM
I think an ass whooping is still in order today!

Me and my kids agree! They are trained right!

AlmostThere
10-07-2009, 11:17 PM
Times do change. When we were kids you just plain did not do this! Unless a beatin every day was your cup of tea! Not saying thats my view but back when I went to school you just didn't do this! The world was a better place!

You're right, times do change. When we were kids I don't think the drinking or drug use was nearly as bad as it is today. My kids have gone to very good schools but there are still way to many drug/alcohol abuse problems. But in my little corner of Georgia, unless it's Halloween or a wild costume party, boys just don't dress like girls. Around here, the boys I know just wouldn't stand for it. I've got an 18 year old daughter and a 15 year old son so I've gotten to know a fair amount of teen guys in the area. With little Jonathon dressing the way he does because he likes it, I hope he can either run really fast or can fight really well, because he will have to do one or the other.

stsinner
10-07-2009, 11:35 PM
I thik the faggot should be forced to dressed according to his gender in the age we live in.. That doesn't involve makeup in the least...

PoliCon
10-07-2009, 11:45 PM
Because you'd just love being forced to conform yourself - right?

Lars1701a
10-07-2009, 11:55 PM
Because you'd just love being forced to conform yourself - right?

With a statement like that I would guess you have a thing for trannies. Its ok Poli you can tell the world your love them.

PoliCon
10-07-2009, 11:57 PM
With a statement like that I would guess you have a thing for trannies. Its ok Poli you can tell the world your love them.

no - I just have a thing for LIBERTY. As long as it's not a distraction - let the kid do what he wants. Let the freak be a freak. Better that he does it now so everyone know - than seekritly for 10 years only to have his wife come home and catch him wearing her panties . . . . Isn't that what happened to you?

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 12:01 AM
no - I just have a thing for LIBERTY. As long as it's not a distraction - let the kid do what he wants. Let the freak be a freak. Better that he does it now so everyone know - than seekritly for 10 years only to have his wife come home and catch him wearing her panties . . . . Isn't that what happened to you?

Project much?

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 12:05 AM
Project much?

nope. :p Just call'n em like I see em:cool:

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 12:08 AM
nope. :p Just call'n em like I see em:cool:

That you like trannies? I'd agree if that's what you see. :confused: You always seem to stick up for them so I guess you like them?

AlmostThere
10-08-2009, 12:18 AM
no - I just have a thing for LIBERTY. As long as it's not a distraction - let the kid do what he wants. Let the freak be a freak. Better that he does it now so everyone know - than seekritly for 10 years only to have his wife come home and catch him wearing her panties . . . . Isn't that what happened to you?

Do you believe it's even possible for a kid to dress this way in an overwhelmingly straight environment and it not be a distraction? It is impossible for it not to be a distraction. As recent events prove, even if the cross-dresser were a middle aged adult in a liberal community, it can well be a distraction. I'm referring to the male mayor who dresses like a prostitute who was in the news recently.

Rockntractor
10-08-2009, 12:45 AM
Political correctness, tolerance, Whatever! If a person keeps asking for an ass whoopin someone will be glad to give it to them!

patriot45
10-08-2009, 12:51 AM
Political correctness, tolerance, Whatever! If a person keeps asking for an ass whoopin someone will be glad to give it to them!

Lets just go back 40 years! :D No bike helmets, dodge ball in gym class and beating on fags after school!
I turned out allright! :D

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 12:52 AM
Lets just go back 40 years! :D No bike helmets, dodge ball in gym class and beating on fags after school!
I turned out allright! :D

I guess that beating didnt hurt you much then? :)

patriot45
10-08-2009, 12:55 AM
I guess that beating didnt hurt you much then? :)

I'm thinking even poli-poop could kick your faggoty ass!:cool:

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 12:56 AM
I'm thinking even poli-poop could kick your faggoty ass!:cool:

Dont bet on it slick.;)


On edit: poli loves man ass but not for kicking

patriot45
10-08-2009, 01:00 AM
Dont bet on it slick.;)

So your good with all the feel good faggoty ways they are encouraging nowadays! I said we should go back to when I was a kid and we would kick your ass for even thinking you were a fag! You wouldn't last a New York minute!

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 01:01 AM
So your good with all the feel good faggoty ways they are encouaging nowadays! I said we should go back to when I was a kid and we would kick your ass for even thinking you were a fag! You wouldn't last a New York minute!

Dude relax I was just joking with you lol


I think every fag should be forced back into the closet.:D


still does not change the fact that poli couldnt kick my ass.

On edit again: Sorry I am not that old to have lived 40 years ago so I dont remember those days.

Lars1701a
10-08-2009, 01:02 AM
But I am a bit of a hypocrite, I think lipstick lezbo's should be allowed out of the closet. :D

patriot45
10-08-2009, 01:07 AM
Dude relax I was just joking with you lol


I think every fag should be forced back into the closet.:D

Ok! :D But I miss the old days! And I can't believe I'm still alive without all the protection they give kids these days! I will have 2 grandaughters soon and I will make sure they are tougher than most of the" metrosexual" males out there today! Both my daughters are already!

RobJohnson
10-08-2009, 04:18 AM
I hope the ACLU is able to protect this young man. :D

megimoo
10-08-2009, 08:03 AM
I hope the ACLU is able to protect this young man. :DHe needs the help of a member of another organization much more .http://www.apa.org/
And perhaps this one .http://www.narth.com/docs/mentaldisorder.html
!

megimoo
10-08-2009, 08:39 AM
Normality or Disorder: Answering the Question

The following excerpt of the new book by Stanton Jones, Ph.D. and Mark Yarhouse, Psy.D. offers a careful reconsideration of a matter that was assumed to have been settled in 1973.

Many who debate this question are quick to point out that "science says that homosexuality is normal and healthy." But as Drs. Jones and Yarhouse explain, the question of disorder is far from settled.

The following book excerpt is taken from Homosexuality: The Use of Scientific Research in the Church's Moral Debate 2000 by Stanton L. Jones and Mark A. Yarhouse. Used by permission of InterVarsity Press, P.O. Box 1400, Downers Grove, IL 60515-1426. www.ivpress.com

(Copyright considerations prevented our reprinting this section in its entirety; for the complete chapter with its accompanying endnotes, please see the book.)

http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Evils%20in%20America/Sodomy/homosexuality_and_psychiatry.htm

stsinner
10-08-2009, 09:08 AM
Because you'd just love being forced to conform yourself - right?

Go fuck yourself, Poli... Don't try to project our insecurities onto me..

megimoo
10-08-2009, 09:15 AM
History's top 5 reasons to cross-dress
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1. Cross-dressing to join the army
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Until recently, women have rarely been allowed to serve as soldiers.
So what was a gal to do if she wanted to serve her country? Naturally, disguise herself as a man and join the troops.At least 400 Civil War soldiers were women in drag. These included Union Army soldier "Frank Thompson" (also known as Sarah Edmonds), whose small frame and feminine mannerisms (rather than causing suspicion) made her an ideal spy, as she could spy on the Confederates disguised as... a woman!She wasn't the first woman to don a male disguise and join the army, though. During the Revolutionary War, women fought as men on both sides.

Hannah Snell, for example, joined the British army to find her husband, who had walked out on her to enlist.Once her true sex was discovered (thanks to a pesky groin injury), she became a national celebrity in Britain, and made a post-war career of performing in bars as the "Female Warrior." Mental Floss: The Confederacy's plan to conquer Latin America

2. Cross-dressing to keep a royal family together
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Philippe I, Duke of Orleans (1640-1701), was raised as a girl to discourage him from any political or military aspirations.This would make things easier for his brother, the future King Louis XIV.Philippe wore dresses and make-up, enjoyed traditionally feminine pursuits, and was even encouraged towards homosexuality.A girly man he might have been, but he married twice and even had a mistress.

When necessary, he could even lead an army into battle. (This is the nation, after all, that gave us that famous cross-dresser Joan of Arc.)A brave commander, he would go into battle wearing high heels, plenty of jewelry and a long, perfumed wig. He avoided gunpowder (with the black smoke stains) and didn't wear a hat, to avoid ruining his hair.
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3. Cross-dressing to win Olympic glory
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The Greek historian Pausanias of Damascus said that if a spectator was uncovered as a woman in male disguise, she was duly escorted off the premises... and thrown off a cliff.In later Games, the athletes started performing naked, and the crowd was also ordered to disrobe. It has been suggested that this was to ensure that they were all men.

In the modern Olympics, there has been less disrobing -- and not much cross-dressing, either. Gender tests have been normal procedure since 1966 (for athletes, not spectators), so they couldn't really get away with it.Before that time, one of the strangest -- and most controversial -- cases was Polish sprinter Stanislawa Walasiewicz (aka Stella Walsh), who set 11 world records in her career, winning the 100-meter Olympic finals in 1932 with what one official described as "long man-like strides."

After she died in 1980, however, it was revealed that she had indeed been a man.So had he deliberately set out to fool everyone all that time? Perhaps not.Walasiewicz had a condition known as "mosaicism," which gave her male chromosomes. Did they give her an unfair advantage? It is difficult to say.
snip.

4. Cross-dressing to commit espionage
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There have been many instances of cross-dressing spies (including Sarah Edmonds, mentioned above), but one of the most impressive deceptions in history was carried out by Shi Pei-Pu, a singer with the Beijing Opera (in which, traditionally, all roles are played by men).

In 1964 he disguised himself as a woman to seduce Bernard Boursicot, an attache in the French Foreign Service. Their affair lasted 20 years (on and off), during which Boursicot passed several official documents to Shi, believing that "her" safety was at risk if he didn't participate. After they were separated in 1965, Shi came back into Boursicot's life by claiming to be pregnant, and even revealed a baby boy. They later lived as a family. The happy couple was eventually arrested for espionage in 1983, and Shi's secret was revealed, Crying Game style, to the stunned Boursicot.

But how did they have this romance for so long without Bousicot knowing the truth? Officially, they rarely made love, and always did it hurriedly and in darkness -- something that Boursicot always ascribed to Shi's demure Chinese upbringing. One theory, however, is that he always knew the truth, but played dumb to conceal his homosexuality. (He later came out.)

The affair was the basis for the play "M. Butterfly." It was filmed in 1993, starring Jeremy Irons and former Beijing Opera player John Lone (better known for the title role in the film "The Last Emperor").

5. Cross-dressing to get rowdy
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Hindu women in India have traditionally lived inhibited lives, tending the home for their families. But on one night each year, in the city of Jodhpur, they come to life at the so-called "Festival ofFun."
Dressed as noblemen, complete with turbans and large fake mustaches, they walk the streets in gangs, brandishing sticks, beating any males who are foolish enough to be out there.

The festival celebrates an ancient domestic dispute between the Hindu god Shiva and his wife Ganwar.While the women sing devotional songs asking the goddess to return to her husband, they also take this as their only opportunity to do what they long to do all year: behave like men.Their husbands, respecting the tradition, let them go wild.It sounds like fun (as long as you're not a clueless male who forgot to stay at home that night), but one thing concerns me: if a woman's disguise is especially good, does she risk being mistaken for a man and beaten up by her friends?

http://www.cnn.com/2008/LIVING/wayoflife/10/03/mf.cross.dressing/

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 10:22 AM
Go fuck yourself, Poli... Don't try to project our insecurities onto me..

I'm not projecting at all - I'm asking straight up - do you like being forced to conform?

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 10:25 AM
Do you believe it's even possible for a kid to dress this way in an overwhelmingly straight environment and it not be a distraction? It is impossible for it not to be a distraction. As recent events prove, even if the cross-dresser were a middle aged adult in a liberal community, it can well be a distraction. I'm referring to the male mayor who dresses like a prostitute who was in the news recently.

In school - I'm against it - not because I see it as wrong - but because it would be a distraction in an environment where people are easily distracted. What he does on his own time - is his own business. One of the local grocery stores here where I'm at has a cross dressing cashier. Meh. What ever. I'm not held captive in that store so I see no problem. Do you see what I'm getting at?

Gingersnap
10-08-2009, 10:41 AM
The school environment (like the work environment) requires a certain degree of conformity. This guy's wardrobe choices are a distraction and it's certain that he'll catch hell (or worse) from the other students which isn't going to do anything for his confidence or his psychological wellbeing.

He can dress like Princess Diana on his own time if his sister agrees to it but he needs to fake normal at school. Faking normal is a crucial but currently underrated social skill. It comes in handy later in life more often than people might think.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 10:47 AM
Now see - in the work place - if it doesn't hinder your work - I don't necessarily agree. I look at it this way: I don't want to be forced to hide who I am as a Christian through outward conformity in appearance so I'm not going to ask others to do the same.

megimoo
10-08-2009, 10:58 AM
The school environment (like the work environment) requires a certain degree of conformity. This guy's wardrobe choices are a distraction and it's certain that he'll catch hell (or worse) from the other students which isn't going to do anything for his confidence or his psychological wellbeing.

He can dress like Princess Diana on his own time if his sister agrees to it but he needs to fake normal at school. Faking normal is a crucial but currently underrated social skill. It comes in handy later in life more often than people might think.From his own words I don't think that's going to happen .He sounds like he's an activist for Transvestites are us !

"They should've told the students to back off," Escobar said. "They should have never given me the option of homeschooling or changing who I am."

Escobar says he wants to be allowed to attend school and eventually graduate. But he doesn't want to stifle what he calls his art.

"If I can't express myself, I won't go to school," he said. "I want to get the message out there that because this is who I am, I can't get an education."

Gingersnap
10-08-2009, 11:05 AM
Now see - in the work place - if it doesn't hinder your work - I don't necessarily agree. I look at it this way: I don't want to be forced to hide who I am as a Christian through outward conformity in appearance so I'm not going to ask others to do the same.

Speaking your mind (where appropriate) or wearing a cross to work is one thing and I completely support that. Dressing like John the Baptist and eating locusts in the break-room is something else.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 11:08 AM
Speaking your mind (where appropriate) or wearing a cross to work is one thing and I completely support that. Dressing like John the Baptist and eating locusts in the break-room is something else.

and should the tables be turned? When you are expected to dress like a sex puppet all the time everywhere and you want to show modestly in public - but they demand conformity- what then? I'm not willing to ask anything of someone else that I would not be willing to give if the tables were turned.

Gingersnap
10-08-2009, 11:21 AM
and should the tables be turned? When you are expected to dress like a sex puppet all the time everywhere and you want to show modestly in public - but they demand conformity- what then? I'm not willing to ask anything of someone else that I would not be willing to give if the tables were turned.

You're creating a false dilemma. "They" can't force me to get naked in order to exercise any of my rights. If I wanted to voluntarily work for Hooters or try out for the Dallas Cheerleaders, I'd have already made a decision that took my appearance into account.

In this kid's case, he's being asked to tone it down. He considers his appearance to be "art" and he's inflicting his "art" on a captive audience - that's wrong. Nobody is telling him that he can't continue to act like D List drag queen, he just can't dress that way during school.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 11:31 AM
You're creating a false dilemma. "They" can't force me to get naked in order to exercise any of my rights. If I wanted to voluntarily work for Hooters or try out for the Dallas Cheerleaders, I'd have already made a decision that took my appearance into account. You missed the point. :(


In this kid's case, he's being asked to tone it down. He considers his appearance to be "art" and he's inflicting his "art" on a captive audience - that's wrong. Nobody is telling him that he can't continue to act like D List drag queen, he just can't dress that way during school.

Which is why I said - if it's a distraction - as is the case when done in school - it should be prohibited but in the free market place of ideas I am against forced conformity.

People forget that what is the cultural standard today may not be the cultural standard tomorrow and should I end up on the other side of that cultural standard I do not want people trying to force me into conformity.

lacarnut
10-08-2009, 11:32 AM
I think an ass whooping is still in order today!

The pervert would not have made it to lunchtime on day 1 back in the days I went to school.

Rockntractor
10-08-2009, 11:44 AM
You missed the point. :(


Which is why I said - if it's a distraction - as is the case when done in school - it should be prohibited but in the free market place of ideas I am against forced conformity.

People forget that what is the cultural standard today may not be the cultural standard tomorrow and should I end up on the other side of that cultural standard I do not want people trying to force me into conformity.
Thats a good argument for staying in shape so you can either run fast or fight back. With either choice you need to dump the heels!

lacarnut
10-08-2009, 12:19 PM
Which is why I said - if it's a distraction - as is the case when done in school - it should be prohibited but in the free market place of ideas I am against forced conformity.

People forget that what is the cultural standard today may not be the cultural standard tomorrow and should I end up on the other side of that cultural standard I do not want people trying to force me into conformity.

It is a distraction; there is no "if" to it. I am for conformity in the schools. Uniforms, no purple hair, no earrings in the nose and lips. Come to school looking like that and you get sent home. School standards should be set so that they do not have an array of freaks attending. That kind of non-conformity says to the other kids that is ok to be a weirdo also.

noonwitch
10-08-2009, 12:29 PM
The wisdom of South Park applies here:

"There is a time and a place for all things, and that place is college". Chef.

Gingersnap
10-08-2009, 12:30 PM
People forget that what is the cultural standard today may not be the cultural standard tomorrow and should I end up on the other side of that cultural standard I do not want people trying to force me into conformity.

I'm already on the other side but I've got the courage of my convictions. I don't expect society-at-large to also make me feel "comfortable" about my choices. ;)

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 12:34 PM
It is a distraction; there is no "if" to it. I am for conformity in the schools. Uniforms, no purple hair, no earrings in the nose and lips. Come to school looking like that and you get sent home. School standards should be set so that they do not have an array of freaks attending. That kind of non-conformity says to the other kids that is ok to be a weirdo also.

I'm okay with that - as long as there are alternatives available. There is nothing wrong with being allowed to express yourself and if you channel how they express themselves you avoid even worse problems. My Niece has pink hair - and one of my nephews likes to wear a mohawk. Both are at the top of their classes. My nephew will be skipping at least one grade when he gets to middle school seeing as how he's already doing advanced algebra in the 3rd grade. Kids scary smart. He also has aspergers and is OCD among other things and he needs avenues of expression. Letting him be 'wild' with his hair keeps him from seeking more destructive ways of expressing himself. Actually - he's started a bit of trend in his school with it.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 12:35 PM
It is a distraction; there is no "if" to it. I am for conformity in the schools. Uniforms, no purple hair, no earrings in the nose and lips. Come to school looking like that and you get sent home. School standards should be set so that they do not have an array of freaks attending. That kind of non-conformity says to the other kids that is ok to be a weirdo also.

actually - the kind of forced conformity you speak of makes them see wierdo's everywhere.

lacarnut
10-08-2009, 12:58 PM
actually - the kind of forced conformity you speak of makes them see wierdo's everywhere.

The public school system is f. up from soup to nuts because of this stupidity, bad teachers, unions, lack of discipline, lousy parents who allow their kids to run wild, lousy administrators, etc.

Conformity must work cause there are more CEOs of major Corporations that graduated from West Point than any other college in the US.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 04:59 PM
The public school system is f. up from soup to nuts because of this stupidity, bad teachers, unions, lack of discipline, lousy parents who allow their kids to run wild, lousy administrators, etc.

Conformity must work cause there are more CEOs of major Corporations that graduated from West Point than any other college in the US.

Not to dis our vets but . . . Is that because they conform? Or because they get access to the 'old boys network?'

lacarnut
10-08-2009, 05:10 PM
Not to dis our vets but . . . Is that because they conform? Or because they get access to the 'old boys network?'

Probably because of stupid shit they choose not to do. Those non conformists you speak of chances of attaining that lofty position in the corporate world are very slim.

PoliCon
10-08-2009, 05:21 PM
Probably because of stupid shit they choose not to do. Those non conformists you speak of chances of attaining that lofty position in the corporate world are very slim.

We'll have to agree to disagree then because I'm no interested in taking up the kind of conformity you speak of. Conformists may get to become powerful cogs in the machine - but it's the non-conformists who create the machines. I'll take up the mantle of Christ, George Washington, Giovanni Francesco di Bernardone, Mother Theresa, Plotinus, Michelangelo, or Galileo who were noted non-conformists.

lacarnut
10-08-2009, 05:34 PM
We'll have to agree to disagree then because I'm no interested in taking up the kind of conformity you speak of. Conformists may get to become powerful cogs in the machine - but it's the non-conformists who create the machines. I'll take up the mantle of Christ, George Washington, Giovanni Francesco di Bernardone, Mother Theresa, Plotinus, Michelangelo, or Galileo who were noted non-conformists.

I don't think any of them were cross dressers. That is what the topic is about. Freaks do not belong in the public school system. BTW, I am a non-conformist.

Jumpy
10-08-2009, 06:13 PM
Uniforms!! Put the kids in uniforms, and the dress code issues go away.

FlaGator
10-08-2009, 06:21 PM
When I was in junior high back in the mid 70s we had a kid that who showed up dressed as a girl and wanted to be called Regina. After a month or so everyone just kind of got use to it. He hung out with the girls and the guys got tried of beating on someone who wouldn't defend himself. He became just another of the weird uncool crowd.