20:32 GMT25 July 2021
Listen Live
    Get short URL

    Short shorts and mini-skirts may be disappearing from one Alabama city.

    The Dadeville City Council is considering an ordinance to ban the attire. The proposal comes after the City Council last month passed an ordinance banning saggy pants.

    The council, however, didn’t think men should be singled out when it comes to provocative clothing.

    “My concern is it should be for everybody," said Councilwoman Stephanie Kelley during a council meeting on Tuesday. "I think for the girls, with these shorts up so high looking like under garments and dresses so short, I don't want us to be showing favoritism."

    Dadeville City attorney Robin Reynolds is expected to have the ordinance ready by the next council meeting.

    "It is about respect," Goodman said. "Who is going to respect you if you don't respect yourself? The reason I brought this up is I think people deserve respect when they are in public. I think slacking is disrespectful. I think it gives our younger generation the wrong impression of what is cool."


    North Carolina City ‘Sneezing Ban’ Promoted in French Ad
    Smoking: to Ban or Not to Ban
    nudity, dress code, ban, Dadeville City Council, Stephanie Kelley, Robin Reynolds, Alabama, Dadeville City
    Community standardsDiscussion