I have to agree with superimposed on this one... wearing things like that in a school environment is a cause for disruption. Let's face it kids are gonna be kids. If other kids didn't make such a big deal about someone being the least bit different from what they normally see or deal with on a "regular" basis then it wouldn't be a problem but kids (and society) do. I, personally, think crossdressing is essentially wrong but i'm no one to stop someone else from doing whatever they want as long as it's not affecting me in any way. Anyone can dress however they feel like it... until it starts affecting others. In this case, semi-indirectly, it's affecting everyone who sees it.