It came in on an old post where I reflect about the intersection of shame, neurosis, and clothing in Genesis 3 and point to some research about the dating of when humans first started wearing clothing. That will help clarify the references to pants in the comment.
Anyway, prepare for some awesomeness. Best. Comment. Ever.:
It's staggering how people with remarkably anemic historical background presume to comment on a subject they so demonstrably know nothing about, but that is indeed typical of so called "mental health professionals," members of an illegitimate occupation who invent names for fictitious "disorders" and who attempt to awe the credulous by projecting expertise in areas where they have no background beyond assumptions. Blending behaviorism with Christianity certainly does yield a bastardized hybrid of profane idiocy. That this guy is on a university faculty is a disgrace. I have a porch glider which is more knowledgeable about history than this tragicomical parody of an educated man. There is no need to post specifics about pants here because a well full of poisoned water cannot be used as a repository for clean H2O. Further contact will be refused as any linkage with behaviorists leaves rational people soiled. This puffed up imbecile would also prove to be a sex-typer of apparel when that has no biologic basis. He lives in Texas and has no cognizance of the equestrian causation of pants. God help his credulous scholastic listeners.Many thanks to Charles from TX, a man who cares a great deal about the origins of pants. And God help you, my credulous scholastic listeners.
You've been warned.