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Friday, April 14, 2006

Reading, Writing & Role-Reversal - Schools Are A Drag

In our travels through the internet we came across a phenomenon that we were totally unaware of - crossdressing days at public & private schools. We are talking elementary, middle & high schools.

These events go by various names - Drag Day, Spirit Day, CrossDressing Day, Opposite-Sex Day & the most creative being Wear A Skirt On Wednesday Day.

The photos below came from photobucket.com & webshots.com personal photo albums & are from various schools in the country. Search using the above "days" to find more photos.

As you can see in the pics below, invariably the crossdressing is done by the boys - afterall, how can a girl effectively crossdress as a boy in the manner that a boy can do so as a girl.

We have to ask ourselves what the school administrators are thinking when they not only approve, but initiate such events. Is it so boys can get more in touch with their feminine side? Do they think that the opposite sexes will better understand each other if they walk a day in the other's shoes? Or do some of these administrators have some perverse notion to bring the male sex to heel ( pun intended) through the subtle use of humiliation guised as "fun"? Or are they pushing a homosexual agenda? Are they sending a message that it's ok to dress as the opposite sex, not just that day, but any day?

Naturally, kids being kids, we are sure some think it innocent fun & have a grand time. And we are sure some of the parents think so to. Some parents have objected & under pressure some school districts have dropped these "fun" days in lieu of camouflage day, etc. School administrators defend it as just having fun. They should try having a carnival or party if they want the kids to have "fun".

We personally find these "days" offensive, tacky & not "fun". We think it not the business of schools to stage such events. Save the crossdressing for Halloween or in the home. Schools should not sanction such events, much less encourage them. Drop the social engineering agendas, especially using tax-payer dollars. Their energies should be directed toward the other "R's" - reading & 'rithmetic.




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5 Comments:

Anonymous Mr. Muslim said...

Crazy Americans

2:16 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

I am undergoing some personal problems right now, in case you didn’t already know. So I have had little time to visit blogs. I barely have time to post on my own. I just want you to know I still read your logouts if not everyday, at least every other day. Bear with me while I deal with my problems. I will soon be back blogging with passion as I have in the past.

If you visit some of the blogs I also visit, you will see this same comment.

10:01 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

Today (4/28) is the one year anniversary of my blog. Be sure to visit on this special occassion.

8:25 AM  
Anonymous Sean Cody said...

I just wish that 1% of the interent community understood this topic as well as you did. Thankyou!
Have a great one.
Sean Cody

3:52 AM  
Blogger Gef said...

Hey that is way cool! Thanks for the insight
Randy Blue

10:29 AM  

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