All-male college cracks down on cross-dressing

cnn.com/2009/US/10/17/college.dress.code/

ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) – An all-male college in Atlanta, Georgia, has banned the wearing of women’s clothes, makeup, high heels and purses as part of a new crackdown on what the institution calls inappropriate attire.

No dress-wearing is part of a larger dress code launched this week that Morehouse College is calling its “Appropriate Attire Policy.”

The policy also bans wearing hats in buildings, pajamas in public, do-rags, sagging pants, sunglasses in class and walking barefoot on campus.

However, it is the ban on cross-dressing that has brought national attention to the small historically African-American college.

It’s good to see a college stand up to this kind of thing, unlike most colleges these days, Catholic ones included. Even if you’re not black, its a good idea to let people like this know you support them.

Woo hoo:D Good for them. Probably somebody will try to take them to court now:rolleyes:

As a current college resident, I certainly don’t see much cross-dressing, at least not to the point that it would actually be possible to crack down on it. Is there a cross-dressing problem at this college? And who walks around outside barefoot?

As a liberal Druid and a Socialist Democrat let me say…

'bout [BLEEP] time…

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