If you thought lawmakers in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina were the only ones looking to ban the sight of men’s underwear showing on the street, think again.
New York State Senator Eric Adams is pushing for a ban of young men showing their behinds on the streets of New York.
Adams says his Brooklyn district is “ground zero” for the sagging epidemic and has heard from many who are tired of seeing the style.
“It is symbolic of the erosion of basic, normal decency,” he writes. “People shouldn’t be displaying their pubic hairs. That is not normal, acceptable behavior in young people that we are grooming to be in a professional environment. You can’t dress the same on the corner as you can in corporate America — you’ll be unemployed.”
Do you agree with politicians determining the way we should dress?
Check out our partner site NewsOne.com’s piece on the possible sagging ban.
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