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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Cross-Dressing in Public Schools

Should teens be allowed to cross dress in public schools?

Get this, according to an AOL report, when it comes to picking out an outfit to wear to school, there's a fine line between self-expression and unnecessary distraction.

One Georgia high school has decided that one of its 16-year-old male students crossed that line, and has asked him to start dressing in a more "manly" fashion, The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.

Jonathan Escobar had recently transferred to North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Ga. and immediately caused quite a stir among students and staff with his penchant for wearing wigs, makeup, skinny jeans, vintage tops and women's flats.

Should male students be allowed to cross dress in public schools. Let's talk about this and other school issues tonight on African American Political Slugfest... If you can handle the truth...

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