posted on Jan, 27 2013 @ 08:06 AM
Wow that would be funny if it wasn't so serious, I mean c'mon telling people how to wear clothes because it annoys and offends some people ?????
What's next, women having their hair uncovered offends someone so........................................
Slippery slope America.
Anyway it would be totally counter productive, the trend comes from young men getting arrested and having their belts and laces confiscated while in
custody so people can't self harm or harm others..
Upon release it was a badge of honour to show that you are just out of police custody minus your weapons'
making it illegal could leave the state open to causing someone to break the law by confiscating their belt in custody, and also make it an even more
subversive fashion statement as a 'f**k you' to society.
The simple fact that it makes the wearer less mobile and less able to run/defend themselves means that it will die out of it's own accord. In twenty
years these guys will look back at photos of themselves with the same embarrasment that is reserved for 'Teddy Boys' (considered to be very
subversive in their day) Mods/Rockers, platform shoes, etc.It is a necessary outlet for teenage rebelliousness that if supressed will only manifest in
Just being considered offensive to some is no basis for legislation. And I'm sure that many who are calling for law to be enacted against clothing
still spout platitudes about how much their 'Freedom' means to them but are quite willing to have it eroded as long as it suits their personal short