I though Morehouse already had a Dress Code??? Well it’s about time these MEN need this type of discipline in their lives.
ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) — An all-male college in Atlanta, Georgia, has banned the wearing of women’s clothes, makeup, high heels and purses as part of a new crackdown on what the institution calls inappropriate attire.
William Bynum says he discussed the new dress-wearing ban policy with Morehouse’s campus gay organization.
The policy also bans wearing hats in buildings, pajamas in public, do-rags, sagging pants, sunglasses in class and walking barefoot on campus.
However, it is the ban on cross-dressing that has brought national attention to the small historically African-American college.
IF I WAS A BOY!!!!!!
Ceara Sturgis is a senior at Wesson Attendance Center, and, like many students her age, got senior pictures taken for the yearbook. “I tried on the drape and it looked ridiculous. It was terrible,” Sturgis told WLOX, referring to V-drape that many girls wear in their senior portraits. So Ceara decided to put on formal attire that did make her feel comfortable: a tuxedo.
School authorities refused to put her portrait into the school yearbook, however, and they also would not comment on their reasons why. But when pushed, a Copiah County School Board spokesperson suggested that WLOX “dig a little deeper” into the issue. They did, and they discovered Sturgis is gay.
Ah, okay. So that explains everythin….oh wait, no it doesn’t.
So she’s gay and she feels more comfortable in a tux. There seems to be little there to keep her from sharing yearbook space with her classmates. And if it’s the cross-dressing part that throw’s school authorities, they’re going to have a tough time explaining their backward’s beauty and beau” pageant, an event where everyone cross-dresses for fun.
Maybe WLOX didn’t dig deep enough, and there’s a reason here why Sturgis shouldn’t be allowed to have her picture in her senior yearbook that the school board can’t or won’t share — though it needs to be mentioned there’s no official policy or dress code that applies to the yearbook. Or maybe this is just another case of a teen punished for not being exactly like everyone else.
In Ceara’s own words, “What’s so wrong about it? Why is it wrong? Tell me.”
Are these Children products of broken homes with aggressive black women running them as one blogger wrote. Well this is a White girl trying to be a boy so I guess her Mom is single and agressive too lol. I don’t know what to say or think these days without upsetting someone. People feel that this behavior is a preference and should not be forced on others. Who Knows AnyMore??? Times are Changing Aren’t they?