The Brotherhood of the Sagging Pants: Bringing It to an End

Longtime educator Lawrence Bolar seeks to stop inappropriate fashion trend in new book.

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We need to help our communities support positive and productive citizens.

Sandston, VA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013

For longtime educator Lawrence Bolar, sagging pants are like a bad dream, and he’s here to make the nightmare end.

In his new book “Eradicating the Saggy Pants Syndrome in America,” Bolar addresses the issues surrounding the sagging pants epidemic and attempts to change the way young men dress.

“Our ability to think critically is not communicated through sagging,” Bolar said. “We need to help our communities support positive and productive citizens.”

Through research and personal experience, Bolar provides readers with a history of the fashion frenzy, opinions and views of professionals and citizens and information about current legislation related to sagging.

Reiterating that many individuals learn through the process of social modeling, Bolar seeks to end the trend so that younger children do not adopt it.

Bolar, an educator with more than 18 years of experience building rapport with students, parents and community leaders, hopes to empower the minds of young men to make intelligent decisions regarding their style of dress.

“Eradicating the Saggy Pants Syndrome in America”
By Lawrence Bolar
ISBN: 978-1-4817-7738-4
Softcover retail price: $14.95
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Lawrence Bolar is a lifelong learner, researcher and educator. He is earning his doctoral degree at Virginia State University. Bolar has authored several research-based publications to support human behavior and published five books. He currently resides in Sandston, Va.


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