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Students at Pa. school organize ‘Anti-gay day’ in response to ‘Day of Silence’

Students at Pa. school organize ‘Anti-gay day’ in response to ‘Day of Silence’
A group of students at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Pa., allegedly spread the news that if they were “anti-gay,” they were to wear a flannel shirt and write “Anti-Gay” on their hands.Photo: via Tumblr
A group of students at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Pa., allegedly spread the news that if they were “anti-gay,” they were to wear a flannel shirt and write “Anti-Gay” on their hands.
A group of students at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Pa., allegedly spread the news that if they were “anti-gay,” they were to wear a flannel shirt on April 16 and write “Anti-Gay” on their hands. via Tumblr
WPXI reported that the students wore orange Friday and allegedly have another five days’ worth of “anti-gay” attire planned next week.
WPXI reported that the “anti-gay students” wore orange Friday and allegedly have another five days’ worth of “anti-gay” attire planned next week.

A Pittsburgh-area school district is investigating allegations of harassment involving students after complaints by parents and students voicing concern about a so-called “Anti-Gay Day” allegedly organized by some students.

WPXI-TV reports that a group of students at McGuffey High School in Claysville, Pa., allegedly spread the news that if they were “anti-gay,” they were to wear a flannel shirt and write “Anti-Gay” on their hands.

The students allegedly organized the “Anti-Gay Day” on Thursday in response to the observance of the nationally recognized “Day of Silence” on Friday, where attention is called to gay and lesbian bullying and harassment in schools.

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While students wore flannel shirts Thursday in support of the alleged “Anti-Gay Day,” WPXI reported that they wore orange Friday and allegedly have another five days’ worth of “anti-gay” attire planned next week.

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