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Schoolboy’s Skirt Equality Fight Continues, (another Boy That Want To Wear Skirts Not Kilts)
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re SCHOOLBOY Luca Scarabello is calling for lads to be able to wear SKIRTS to class.

The 13-year-old believes that if girls can wear trousers then boys should be able to don skirts.
He has submitted a petition to the Scottish Parliament, which will be debated today.
Luca, of Camelon, Stirlingshire, said; "Gender specific uniforms don't serve any purpose, they don't make anything better for any one They are just there to cause more problems.
"They cause problems for gender variant pupils and it creates a stigma. It is just outdated nonsense from the past."
But Luca, who attends St Mungo's RC High in Falkirk, does not want to wear a skirt himself and has kept quiet about his stance at school.
He said: "If I was to go and talk about it openly and freely I think there would be a reaction because they are very uniform-centred.
"I think there would be a negative reaction."
Education Secretary Mike Russell said: "This is a matter for education authorities."

Read more: http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/news/3965895/Schoolboys-skirt-equality-fight.html#ixzz1ngSpqadz
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I would like to see all men wear skirts. I would like it to suddenly be REQUIRED for a day or a week, and then it would all ease up, and we could do it without repercussion
Posted by mslade on Jun 13th, 2012 at 5:23PM | 2 recommendations
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