Should boys be dressed as girls as a punishment?
I recently read about a case (I think it was in Canada) where a mother dressed her 17 year old son as a girl as a punishment for bullying his younger brother. He had to spend a couple of weekends in a dress with all the trimmings. I had never heard of this type of punishment before. Has anyone come across this and does it happen very often? Does it work?
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As far as this is concerned, I believe in punishment by a means of humiliation (such as making someone cleaan toilets with toothbrushes because I was in the military), but not humiliation as a form of punishment. This action was more so a method of humiliation that was intended as punishment. I don't condone it nor is it feasible. what was the point? I understand if there were a point.
Likewise, when I was in the military, one of my subordinates wore an earring in his ear while in formation, which was a direct violation of army dress and appearance regulations. That being said, I was charged with corrective adjustments. My corrective adjustment was to (at certain times of the day) force him to wear extremely large hoop earrings with a long john silver pirate's cap and a neck sign that states: "Avast ye me hardies, for I am black beard the pirate and I want ye booty"... That is an example of using humiliation in order to punish with a purpose. He never wore his earrings in formation again.
But the idea to make him dress as a girl because he bullied his brother? I would just tied him up and allowed the bullied brother to smack him around or something... Not that...0