At 47, this problem still exists. I, along with my two daughters, patrol my waistline. I do not flash my underwear purposely, but I know that many people do.
As an underwear admirer and liberal thinker, I am not anti-sag, but I do think saggy pants are inappropriate in certain settings such as school. Seeing a guy with serious sag out on the street actually makes me laugh. As one who likes color and pattern, I also find that colorful drawers can add interest to a pair of jeans. As long as I don't see what's under the briefs, I'm good.
I was reading "Pants No Longer on the Ground." In a nutshell, this article addresses a new school dress code that prohibits indecent or vulgar exposure of body parts and underwear.
I smiled at Domingo's comment, because beyond his typos and lack of apostrophes I could sense his passion:
ITS ABOUT TIME THAT SOMEONE TOOK A STAND ABOUT THE PROBLEM OF PEOPLE WEARING THERE PANTS AND SHOWING THERE UNDERWARES IN PUBLIC AND IN ANY WHERE I THINK IT COMES DOWN TO THE PARENTS DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT IT SHOULD START AT HOME ITS NOT THE GOVERMENTS JOB TO LOOK OUT FOR WHAT THE KIDS ARE DOING AND THE WAY THEY DRESS I THINK ITS SICK THE WAY THAT TOMORROWS KIDS ARE WALKING DOWN THE STREETS AND WHAT THEY ARE WEARING I HAVE TWO BOYS AND YOU WILL NEVER SEE THEN WEARING THERE PANTS DOWN AND SHOWING THERE UNDER WARES AT ANY TIME THATS ALL I HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THAT.
My only question, "Who are tomorrow's kids?"