|Seth Groody: Against Gay Marriage|
Via Gay Star News:
A US high school is no longer forcing a student to do away with his anti-gay apparel.Seth Groody of Wolcott High School in Connecticut was originally requested by his school to remove an anti-gay t-shirt he wore on last year's 'Day of Silence', a new campaign to raise awareness of discrimination and bullying against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender students. The front of Groody's shirt had a slash across a rainbow and immediately caught the attention of the school's administrators.
Groody was originally threatened with suspension for wearing the shirt, but when the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) threatened to sue the school for infringing on the student's constitutional right to free speech, Wolcott High School backed down. The school decided this month to allow Groody to wear the shirt as he pleases.
In an interview with NBC Connecticut, Groody said he and his friends intend to wear the shirts on the upcoming National Day of Silence recognized on 19 April.
'I just don't approve of gay marriage, and that is what I was advocating on that day,' Groody said.
'I was expressing my views I was against that'.