This article makes me wonder. It’s about a sixth-grader who was forced to turn her pro-life t-shirt inside out when she wore it to school. Would the same be true for someone who wore a pro-choice shirt, or a religiously-themed one? For example, if my sister borrowed my MoE t-shirt (which I wouldn’t let her do) and wore it to her (public) school, could she get in trouble for “proclaiming the beauty of the Catholic faith” (which it says on the back)?
Those aren’t the most fully developed thoughts, but that’s all I have right now.
via DetentionSlip.org, a site on which I always feared my former school might appear