Crissa wrote:Actually, I am against dress codes which are different for different sexes. There's no reason for them.
And yes, saying that women can wear pants or shirts and men can wear pants <i>is also sexist</i> and feminists are against that, too.
Feminists are against What?
Against Pants? Well OK then.
I will conform to the Feminist SterioType.
It is the least I can do.
I am feeling a bit Against Pants.
I am feeling a bit Against Pants on Men and Pants on Women.
I am a Feminist and I am not against Men in Dresses.
I like Women in Dresses. I Like Men in Dresses.
It takes a Real Man to Wear a Dress.
It takes one Hell of a Real Man to Wear a Dress, Well.
Of course, that is True for Women, too.
Where did the Anti-Pants Legue of the Feminists go?
Those must be My People.
What a great new identity.
We Can sculpt a Law!
It will be wonderful!
The World will be a Better Place!
It will make a noticeable difference.
If you are Not performing Hard Manual Labor,
You better Not have on a Pair of Pants!
See? It will be Great!
Dresses Cover a Multitude of Sins.
Sins of the Son and Sins of the Father.
No More Plumber's Crack.
No More visible DunLap Disease.
No More Grandmas with exposed torso, exposed cleavage to the torso and flapping arm wings.
Over-fucking-Night, the world will change.
It will lose Loads of EyeSores.
That Mini-Me some many men seem to have Up Front will become a gentle fullness of his dress the way a pregnant woman fills out her dress.
I can see nothing but Good Things from a Strict Dress Code that forbids Pants.
Of course, we must wear pants for Hard Manual Labor.
When you are Not At Work, you dress in a Presentable Manner or you have to go to Fashion School in France!
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