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Jaden Smith's Clothing Line: For "The Boy That Wants to Wear a Skirt." Is this pushing the envelope too far?

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  • This is America

    If Jaden Smith wants to make clothes that cross what some people define as traditional boundaries, that is fine. The United States is a democratic, capitalist society, and you either stand for those ideals or you don't. The only way we move forward is when things evolve, and Jaden Smith should keep doing what he is doing.

  • No, Jaden Smith is not going to far with his clothing

    Clothing is a form of self-expression and Jaden Smith is obviously trying out a new identity for himself through the clothing line. It is important to allow young people to have some freedom and they are the first to set new trends. The social acceptance of new gender roles is also part of the message in this clothing line.

  • No, with all that's going on in the world, we must attack Jayden because he has a clothing line for men who may want to wear dresses and women who may want to dress more like men?

    I'm not sure why people are attacking him or his parents for that matter. He's launching a clothing line...it will either be successful or it won't. Plenty of cultures have men in skirts. From Scotland and Wales to Roman soldiers. Jesus wore a dress. with all that's going on in the world, we must attack Jayden because he has a clothing line for men who may want to wear dresses and women who may want to dress more like men?

  • No, Jaden Smith's new clothing is not pushing the envelope too far.

    No, Jaden Smith's clothing line for "The Boy That Wants to Wear a Skirt" is not pushing the envelope too far. Evolution dictates change, and people aren't living in the rigid time of the 40s and 50s. Gender roles ahev changed, and sexuality and gender expression is much more fluid than it once was. I believe in encouraging people to be true to themselves, alloing for happier, healthier kids and, possibly, ultimately a better world.


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