Zina - I AM an old man who recognizes the value in maintaining some standards in
an effort to hold civilization together. The perspective of more than
three-quarters of a century show me that we are headed down a catastrophic road
for our country and civilized behavior. In another few decades you may
understand, but too late.
Let the organization decide what the dress code should be. If you don't
like it, don't take part.
I agree this policy is outdated. The dress code should just be modest business
attire - and let the boys and girls adapt to what they are most comfortable
in.@at long last. . . - Kirksville , MOThere is nothing wrong
with modernizing old rules that no longer serve a purpose. Imagine if your dress
code at work was to wear full tails and a top hat - wouldn't you push back
a bit? You very much sound like the old man who wants the kids to get off of his
@at long lastSo how is banning girls from wearing pants
Alas, this is representative of today's young folks. There is no normal
anymore; neither are there any meaningful standards in anything. If you
don't recognize this as true, you are unaware of what has been going on for
the past three decades - and is accelerating for the past ten years. . .