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The sagging trend...the fashion that involves pants hanging down under the wearer's buttocks exposing underwear. Men AND women of all ages are taking to this fashion, reportedly initiated in prison, and the fashion is evolving into a hot mess. Is this trend simply a harmless fashion phase, or is the rapidly widening acceptance of this fashion on a whole contributing to the effeminization of our men? Join me tonight at 10:30 pm to share your thoughts.
"Sagging" is now a popular look for many urban young men, but some have become fed up with exposed underwear and buttocks. Legislators have proposed that sagging pants be made a criminal offense, punishable by fines. Many realize that this fashion statement was born out of prison culture where wearing pants hanging under ones rear end is an invitation for anal sex. Is sagging a fashion statement or a badge of shame? Do we discourage it by making it illegal? Or will that just criminalize young men even more? Performing artist Karima Muhammad, sister of the late James Brown, is continuing the family legacy of socially conscious music with her tune "PULL UP YOUR PANTS" which is designed to influence young people through the effective means of dance music with a social message.
Let's discuss this rediculous trend of wearing the pants while knowing that your underwear are being shown to the public. Let's talk about where the trend comes from and what does it mean there. Join the show at 6:30pm, call (818)301-5834.
To many people sagging is viewed as; public indecency, uncivilized behavior, and a form of rebellion. Lawmakers and public school legislators have passed bans concerning sagging in public, and all violators could be fined or imprisoned. Is this an example of racial profiling or a needful remedy to institute accountability. Join Ron Zion Roseboro as we discuss a topic that deserves our attention.
Topic Im sure worth discussing. Gay Houses, what is it about them that draws those that join them in? Are they an asset or liability to the LBGT Community. Im sure some of you have your views and opinons on this topic. So tell me whats up. We will also be discussing the trend of sagging. Is it sexy, have some taken it too far or its just down right unappropriate? Tune in on todays show for all this and mode.
We've all seen it...kids and even adults parading past you with their pants loosely hanging down past their rear ends and exposing their uderwear in public. Despite the understanding that this is a fashion that orginated from the protocol of hard core prisons, our youth continue to don this trend. Recently, NJ passed a law banning this fashion. Is this an espression of creativity, or are are youth emulating signs of hopelessness?
What would cause a teacher to become so infuriated with her students that she would threaten to quit her job on the spot?
What is it about the present generation of school aged children that would cause them to be so bold as to blatantly curse out an adult to whom they are in school to learn from without hesitation or a second thought?
Why does it appear to be an epidemic across the entire United States of America for our children to be so out of control mentally, spiritually and physically?
Who stands to benefit from the condition of our children being so wayward which literally ensures that they will grow up to be rebellious adults who will inevitably become incarcerated with very little options to live a full and progressive life?
Is it by chance that our schools now seem to be part of a prison prepardness system instead of a learning center for a life that will produce a law abiding citizen that will add back to the communities from which they've come from?
There is most definitely a reason for things being the way they are and LanceScurv has a few strong bold, raw and uncut opinions as to why they are that way.
They are most definitely part of a bigger plan because this state of controlled decadence simply could not happen by chance!
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Thank you as always!
Americans should be outraged that his stance has continued to be one of worldwide social justice instead of honoring his presidential oath. While the “Government’s Ebola Response is Slammed”, according to this article the President claimed that, “It was his job to make sure Americans were taken care of, he said he had a larger role.” What could be larger than doing his job to secure the borders and obey his oath of office? According to Obama, it’s “… Making sure that Africans, particularly children and their families, are safe.”
Even more heinous is the fact that big labor is using the Ebola crisis as a platform for increasing sagging membership rolls.
Dave Bego is a CEO and entrepreneur. He is the author of The Devil at our Doorstep, a true David versus Goliath story of Dave’s battle with Andy Stern and SEIU.
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