posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 02:04 PM
It is ridiculous that this is even an issue. It's easy to blame the girl for all of this, but it all goes back to that school board. She obviously
tried to do the right thing by respectfully asking permission to do all of this and this was how they responded. I don't blame her for making a fuss
because this is stupid. If it were me, I would have just showed up without saying anything, but that's just me. She has every right to speak up
about this. In the United States, you can speak out against the rules, so it just annoys me when people think we live in some sort of dictatorship
where you cannot question anything. This is the land of the Free, free from religious persecution, freedom to make your own life within the
boundaries of the law. Homosexuality, gay marriage, those are religious issues, not something the government nor any school should interfere with.
This is a distraction? So what, I remember all the goofy stuff students would wear when I was in high school and I've seen guys dress up in dresses
at the prom just to get a laugh. This school should be sued, or at least the school board should be removed because by singling this girl out, they
have not only violated her civil rights but potentially put her in danger. I'm glad this is out in the media because I can only imagine what would
happen to her if there wasn't any sort of national attention on this.
This school and others like it need to get with the times.