A sociology teacher who was thrown out of two Lexington restaurants, for wearing women's clothing, is suing them.
Georgetown College for sexual discrimination.
Jeremy D. Kerr said that he regularly wears women's clothing, to demonstrate the "overall reduction of femininity in society."
Kerr first made headlines gained notice in May 2004 when he was thrown out of two Lexington restaurants for wearing a skirt and corset.
In separate lawsuits filed last month, Kerr has sued the owners of Pazzo's and Tolly-Ho restaurants, claiming discrimination and other charges.