Morehouse Bans Saggy Pants, Cross-Dressing ATLANTA -- Students at Atlanta's Morehouse College have new guidelines when it comes to what they wear. The school wants to put a stop to what it calls "inappropriate attire." The new policy outlaws saggy pants, mouth grills, do-rags, lewd T-shirts, and cross-dressing. School adminstrator Dr. William Bynum said, "We don't want that type of behavior to spread." School officials said most Morehouse students' dress isn't a problem but some have gotten out of control. Student Terance Johnson said he traded his hip-hop look a few years ago for his now preppy blazer, tie and scarf. He said, "I've sagged before but it's really not a good look. I've learned to pull my pants up." Morehouse said it is preparing its young men for the real world and they'd better get used to it. Students violating the new policy face stiff penalties, including expulsion. I am so glad that they took a stand on this. :yup: I realize some feel it infringes on their freedom of expression. However, IMO young black men have enough strikes against them, without adding fashion victim to the mix. I wasn't aware cross dressing was an issue on any college campus. They may need to rethink that one, for the gay, intersexed, or basic cross dresser on campus.