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According to Dr. Laura, a noted child psychologist, dresses on boys has a tremendous calming effect, both in the short and long term. This phenomena is due, in part, to the obvious impact of a boy's ego or self esteem. That affect is a benefit in the short term if one is seeking an immediate and positive change in that boy's behavior.

Secondary to that first will be his subconscious attempt at mimicking a girl. This mimicking stems from his day to day observations and ultimate understanding of social behavior by those who wear dresses. Moreover, if left in dresses for a suitable length of time, there is a third longer term effect. That last part is actually an adaptation driven by a subsocial consciousness to at least appear socially "normal".

In effect, and driven by a need to fit socially, the boy, for all intents and purposes, will became a girl. Citing this and other studies on the subject makes the point of doing so compelling and almost academic. Therefore, the question isn't should we put boys, with behavioral problems, into dresses but for how long?

In our facility how long is the first question and for that we make a determination based on the severity of the problem. Once we've made that determination we move the individual to another part of our facility. We've physically separated our facility into two parts: Part one is our general detention and part two has been partitioned into our social readjustment section or SRS.

When a boy displays behavioral problems and this is always judged or weighted by degrees, he is immediately taken to SRS Indoctrination. Indoctrination is just that and after the individual has been "prepped" he is then given the option of dressing or being dressed. Most, given the alternative, will dress themselves.

That alternative, just for the record, is baby wear beginning with cloth diapers and plastic pants that is then covered with a little baby dress. There are two cells with covered baby cribs used for "lock downs". The individuals remain there until they are ready to cooperate. Most don't go past their second day of diaper changes and bottle feedings.

The ones who voluntarily dress themselves are given a 'basic' uniform consisting of panties, knee high socks, Mary Jane shoes, slip and one of fifteen dresses we've had designed for this program. All of those dresses are styled after a set of approved patterns based on Daisy Kingdom. I've included, in your package, a picture of a typical outfit.

I should mention that the doll is also issued and the individual is required to keep that doll with them at all times. The reason for this is to reinforce this transformation of theirs and, more importantly, to keep at least one hand busy. The long hair and ribbon on this particular individual signifies he's been in SRS for more than ninety days.

Boys sent to SRS are not allowed to cut their hair and must, as part of the program, see our stylist once per week. What this does, and its' proved very effective, is to emphasis the length of time the individual has actually been in SRS. The longer and more feminine the hair, the longer they've been in SRS. After six months their hair is curled based on styles made famous by Shirley Temple. For a lot of the boys it's a big incentive to get back into the general area and out of there.

Gentlemen, I know this appears, to some, as cruel and unusual but we've applied this process evening and consistently since the program began. Moreover, and based on the Supreme Courts interpretation of Uniforms our only requirement is that they are the same for all of the boys, and they are with the exception of slight style changes and colors.

We have also recorded a seventy five percent decrease in the categorized incidents of behavioral outburst since the SRS program has been in use. As to the long term effects of this sort of treatment on boys our conclusions are that it's been mostly positive. Of the two hundred put into this program only two have continued legally as females after their release and roughly ten percent continue cross dressing. Both those numbers, I should note, are will within the norms of society in general.

All in all the program has proven itself successful. Thank you. Now then, are there any questions?"

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