“Be Happy Not Gay”
In a school where it would be unacceptable to wear a “jews are evil” or “women belong in the kitchen” its apparently okay to wear something equally offensive, “Be Happy Not Gay”. The rules of schoolyard behavior is a special subsection of first amendment space, you cannot bully someone based on race, gender, or in theory on sexuality. However apparently making spurious claims that being gay is a choice and that God hates gay people is perfectly acceptable to the 7th circuit court of appeals.
Not only was this at school, but it was on the “Day of Silence” a day of remembrance and support for LGBTQIA youth. We need to make it clear that hate speech is not welcome in schools. This is what the school tried to do, and the 7th circuit struck them down.