1968 Retrospect: Fashion

According to The World Book 1968 Year Book, “Fashion was stripped of its dictatorial powers in 1968 by a revolutionary assertion of individuality.” After seeing some of the associated pictures, I’m thinking that the “dictatorial powers” should have been quickly reasserted.


Okay, this isn’t actually all that bad, but what are these four ladies doing? Whatever it is, I think it is illegal in about 17 states.


I’m not typically in favor of the federal government telling us what to do. However, I believe that I could stand behind a federal law banning a guy from dressing like this. At the very least, he should have his Man Club membership revoked.

8 Responses to “1968 Retrospect: Fashion”

  1. Tasmaniac Says:

    Definitely strip him of Man Club membership & those dreadful clothes. The govt. should certainly say something to him. šŸ™‚

  2. Rick Says:

    Ummm…Don’t ask, don’t tell?

  3. Maie Says:


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  5. tamar Says:

    is that guy wearing a dress?

  6. tamar Says:

    my name is tamar hi tamar.

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