Indecent Dressing, a Taint on Our Cultural Disposition (Part 2)

Nowadays, different styles of dressing are in vogue – low waist, hot bosom, sagging etc. All these have the society’s moral value to its lowest ebb.

It is common among celebrities, particularly among artistes. This set of people, while on stage will want to look unique and in the process turned themselves into lunatic.

They wear tattered jean with holes, tight fitting shirt, some even go to the extent of wearing ordinary pant while on stage. All this is the cause of juvenile delinquency and to promote their social lifestyle.

Most of the under age children engage in early sex as a result of what they watch on Television as well as what they saw among their older siblings.

What the girls call skirts that they wear is just one inch longer than their pants. When they put on such dresses, they struggle to sit down, find it difficult in climbing motorcycles, cross covet as well as pick anything from the ground.

Apart from the tight-fitting nature of these dresses, they are again transparent; revealing certain parts of the bodies that under normal dressing patterns ought to be hidden away from the glare of people.

In the case of boys, their pattern of the dress is different, it makes them look so dirty and very unattractive with unkempt hairs and dirty jeans that have pockets of holes deliberately created around the Knees and the lower part of the trousers allowed to flow on the ground because they go through their heels into their legs as socks.

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The waist of their trousers are lowered and fastened tightly at the middle of the bottom lobes to reveal their boxers pants and when they are walking, they drag their legs and one of their hands particularly, the left one cupping their invisible scrotum as if they will fall to the ground if not supposed. Also, some men, especially, the youths now wear earrings and often times plait their hair.

These types of dressings are believed to be indecent by a section of the public; some youths gave justification for their choice of dressings by categorizing it as “the reigning style’.

An elderly yoruba man who decried the decadence in the society explained that it was unwholesome for the male youths to plait their hair, saying that it was offensive to the Yoruba culture. He also blamed the problems on the importation of western culture into the country.

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