Do you think that they way people dress today, especially younger generations, is a reflection of our society? Do you accept it? Do you think parents or members of society should interfere more? For example, teachers, bosses, etc.?Answer Question
Answer by aurorabunny at 12:52 AM on Feb. 25, 2009
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Answer by aurorabunny at 1:09 AM on Feb. 25, 2009
I guess I don't quite see what you're getting at either. Styles aren't that bad now, and kind of look like they did when I was growing up in the '80's. I don't see a huge problem in attitude in young people, it's more like ALL people. I think there is something else going on that has nothing to do with clothing styles. It's the entitlement mentality that many people have. That comes from living during a time when credit is being used by people to live well beyond their means and to keep up the Joneses.
Answer by Anonymous at 1:11 AM on Feb. 25, 2009
aurorabunny, sadly my kids have been to a school where there were uniforms, and it did little to stop much of what you talked about. My oldest daughter hated that school and the judging and bullying that went on. Sadly, mean girls will be mean girls with or without the uniforms. Idk about boys there were a couple od kids that left because of the bullying though.
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