Now to the main reason why baggy pants are banned - indecent exposure, which in turn can lead to the distraction of other students. Where do we draw the line on decency? What's decent or fashionable for some people may be considered vulgar and indecent to others. So why even bother arguing what's decent and what is not? It's somewhat irrelevant in my opinion because if we accept the fact that as an institution, it has the right to set standards on what it feels is acceptable and appropriate attire while attending school, then whether it's decent or not doesn't really matter after that point. Courts do it. Businesses do it. So why not schools?
Can a person argue that wearing no clothing at all is also a form of free speech? I believe so but there’s a place and time for when it’s appropriate. If society as a whole considers public nudity offensive and indecent, then the majority side should have the final say on