Saggy Pants Catherine Shulten Analysis

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In the article “ do saggy pants mean disrespect?” by Catherine Schulten proves sagging your pants is disrespectful. saggy pants are not appropriate. “you are walking by your mother, your grandmother, your underwear is showing. what's wrong with that? come on.” (Schulten). stating that, it would be improper and disrespectful to walk past your mother or grandmother. Another example that sagging pants is disrespectful is because many people are disturbed by it. “ his behind was showing, literally he had underwear but even the underwear was sagging all the passengers were looking at each other in disgust but nobody was saying anything.” (Schulten). Raised trousers means raised respect. In conclusion sagging pants is impudent and unsuitable.

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