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    This is almost as absurd as the Christian right believing that abstinence T-Shirts will stop teens from having sex. It's one of MANY good steps to try and curb teen pregnancy. I have no problem with this shirt whatsoever.
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    @marine1 The truth is that if she's allowed to use this t-shirt to display her mass produced opinion on a subject then a student with the opposing sentiment should be allowed to as well. So for every don't engage in pre-marital sex shirt you allow you can't knowingly block a shirt saying casual sex is great shirt. Well, you can but it makes your policy hypocritical.
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    @frigginhell No, that would be fine and we can let each decide which truth they prefer. I thought we were all about choice?
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    @frigginhell So what would be your liberal idea of the "opposing sentiment". GET DRUNK< GET LAID,. HAVE FUN? Jesus H. Christ on a Harley is there EVER going to be a subject that you wingextremists will allow the other side to have their say on ANYTHING without you claiming it's against your BS "values". THERE IS NO OPPOSING SENTIMENT TO SUGGESTING THAT'S IT'S NOT A GOOD IDEA TO DRINK AND PARK AND HAVE SEX./ It should be a unambitious agreement that it is a bad idea. For anyone. But you can't climb down from your BS rhetoric anymore than the right can can you?
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    Ok lets see now......... They are teaching sex in school but its not ok to have a shirt with a witty saying on it telling ya to not have sex untill its time too........ Just like all the other Yuppie crap in the world today!!!!
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    I don't know if you're aware, but sex ed in Florida (and most states) is heavily abstinence only with very little (if any) focus on other prevention methods. So no. They are not 'teaching sex in schools.' They are teaching abstinence and avoidance (which isn't very smart if you ask me). If the shirt, regardless of the message, was not in accordance with the dress code, the school did the right thing. The same rules should apply to all students no matter the message the student is trying to send. I don't feel the shirt was wrong and I do think it's a little silly that it was banned. But I understand why the school acted as they did. If it was against the dress code and they allowed it, that would open up a can of worms.
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    The liberal radical union teacher said "we believe it violated our Socialist agenda union provided dress code policy"
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    You think its ok to have gang bangers wearing their colors and their pants down around their knees at school? Alrightey then....
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    @tgirl2
    NO I DO NOT...However, I do not want some liberal union teacher making the call of what they can and cant wear, Union teachers all ready do enough harm to children.
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    @wonka45ACP
    Yep thats what they do, They act like they own our children.
    They turn them into the Obama youth, just as Hitler did in the past.
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    You do seem to get much of your exercise leaping to conclusions. "Liberal radical union" doesn't appear in the story, and really, you couldn't take 10 seconds to Google this and find the dress code is the product of the school board, not the teacher's union?
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    Hopefully she wasn't "pointing" out any offending classmates as that hand gesture might be considered an illegal weapon, real or imaginative!
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    And going braless is ok and so is showing off your belly in those skimpy tops? Good grief. Put them all in uniforms.
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    @SavageMazx Cocoa is in Florida, I live in FL part of the year and raised my children there. Not happening in FL, sorry.
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    Here in central Kentucky, the middle schools require uniforms. They claim that the poor kids will have low self esteem because of not owning expensive clothes. It's aggravating trying to find shirts and pants with no logo or name brand on them.

    When I was in school everyone just had blue jeans and t-shirts. It really wasn't an issue then. Our biggest concern was not getting caught with bubble gum, lol. Gosh I feel old,lol.
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    Let's recap... A T-Shirt that has a morally correct message somehow offends the liberal education system. Even wonder what is wrong with America these days?
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    school administrators and school boards need ot back off. they are spending on our tax dollars enforcing stupid rules.
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    Notice how the caption reads "We beLIEVE the tshirt is too sexually suggestive."
    I never wore a tshirt for sex-appeal, and in fact think that tshirts are the antithesis of sexy. But that's me.
    Now we have to worry about what the schools "BELIEVE" they think. Not anything based on FACT, but what they believe. "don't hurt our FEEEEEEEELINGS!..."
    If the shirt was too TIGHT, and didn't have the quote splashed on the front, would that have been okay with THEM??? Probably. Hypocrites.
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    Seriously....people....in a country where students are being shot....we're really stressing of dress codes? Get over it and let them dress as they see fit....
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    If anybody has ever gone to a high school and see what the girls are wearing and how the kids are constantly hands on with each other and they are worried over a t-shirt.
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    Hey, the libtards want to pass out free birth control to 11 year olds and free abortion on demand. This does not fit their agenda of sexual freedom for all. I can understand with the liberal educators were thinking, how dare she imply that middle school girls should not have sex?..it is their body, they can do with it as they see fit. Isn't that the Liberal creed?
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