Court Orders that Pro-Homosexual Proselytism by Students be Permitted in Schools
July 28, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - A judge in Holmes County, Florida, has ruled that the school board cannot forbid students from "wearing or displaying t-shirts, armbands, stickers, or buttons containing messages and symbols which advocate the acceptance of and fair treatment for persons who are homosexual."
The case that led to the ruling surrounded incidents at Ponce de Leon High School in Holmes County. According to court documents, a 12th grade student - called "Jane Doe" by the court - went to school officials last year to complain that she was being taunted by a group of middle schools students because of her homosexuality.
The complaint was passed on to the school's principal, David Davis, who met with the student after school on September 10, 2007. Davis allegedly questioned Doe about her sexual orientation, and in the process told her that it was "wrong" to be a homosexual. Davis also...
Well, the school principal was right about [URL=http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L118.pdf]]]Homosexuality[/URL].I hope the principal ignores anti-homosexual t-shirts, pins, etc., if they come about --as long as they don't advocate violence that is. They should be just as legal as any pro-disgusting, evil behavior.