Judge Lifts "Boobies" Bracelet Ban In Schools
We love ourselves some boobies, and you know what? So does the federal government.
Recently, two students in Easton, Pennsylvania, were suspended for wearing “I (heart) Boobies” wristbands from the nonprofit cancer awareness group Keep A Breast. Both girls had ties to breast cancer victims.
Well, a federal Judge in Pennsylvania saw no double-meaning in the bracelets, and found that the school was infringing on the girls’ First Amendment rights.
“The bracelets are intended to be and they can reasonably be viewed as speech designed to raise awareness of breast cancer,” asserted Judge Mary McLaughlin in her ruling.
Good job, Pennsylvania!
Yup, that’s our very own Miss Double D-cember. Ridiculous ain’t it.