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BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - A Louisiana legislator wants to make it illegal for people in the state to wear low-slung pants that expose underwear - or more.
The bill, sponsored by Democrat Derrick Shepherd, would make it a crime to wear clothing in public that "intentionally exposes undergarments or intentionally exposes any portion of the pubic hair, cleft of the buttocks or genitals." In recent years many young men have begun wearing belted jeans several sizes too big, exposing a sizable swath of their boxer shorts, as a fashion statement. Women too have been pushing the boundaries with increasingly lower hip-hugger jeans.
Originally posted by regs
Just so you know, I'm a girl and, aside from the fact that I don't think it will stick, and I don't want a fashion police, I would like to see a reinstatement of moral value's and decency.
Originally posted by thematrix
The demonization of nudity is something caused by modern religion ya know, mainly the jewish and christian flavours.
In greek times, society was at levels of sophistication and serenity that makes current civilization and lifestyle feel uncivilized imho. Yet wimen ran around in shirts with bare breasts and homosexuality was a normal part of sexuality.
In afrika, pre columbian america and asia, noone ever had a problem with nudity. Noone saw something sexual, perverted or wrong about it.
We are born nude, most of the human timeline, we spent completely nude.
Nudity has nothing to do with decency. Its natural. Its the people that have a problem with it that are out of touch with their true morals imho.
Morals and decency have nothing to do with the way a person dresses or has sexual experiences.