Wednesday, August 26, 2015
A boy in a dress is not a woman
In these days of political "correctness", gay "marriage" and Bruce Jenner, everything that we know s is not, and everything that should not be is. Here on campus there is someone, who is quite obviously male, that fancies wearing dresses and what not. Wearing dresses doesn't make you female either. In fact, I can't really think of many instances of the women I have dated wearing dresses. If the dude wants to wear a dress, fine, I can't stop it. But I am VERY uncomfortable with this fact. If I say something to someone in charge, they will just tell me they can't tell anyone. If I tell any of my fellow students, they will just tell me I am a bigot. So what to do? I must admit, I am a little confused as to WHY we accept this. Yes, there are cases of cross-dressing that may serve a purpose (such as nuns fighting in the Spanish Civil War), but to me this is just gross. I don't even like to wear shorts, so I can in no way shape or form see why this man would want to wear a dress. I am not trying to sound "judgmental" (does anyone actually know what that word means)? I am just trying to make the point that this is what happens when a nation turns its back on traditional morals. I know it automatically makes me a bigot in this day and age, but I want to vomit thinking about it.