No. Good grief. My high school principal, when asked if we were allowed to wear halter tops or hotpants or something to school (can't remember exactly what it was) replied, "I don't care if you wear nothing but Bandaids, as long as you are in school and learning." That was 1976. She was ahead of her time.
Whats so stupid about the whole thing is complaining about stuff like that is what forces schools to go to uniforms.If people would just respect others in what they wear,there would never be a problem with what school kids can wear,but complaining about something they should have had more since NOT to wear only tightens up dress codes.Pretty ironic if you ask me LOL.
I am in Australia and pretty much every school, public, private, religious, all students are required to wear a uniform.
That was somewhat irrelevant. Should whomever is wearing the shirt, be allowed to do so? Yes. You can't discriminate against one over the other, purely because you find something offensive. If you want to stipulate what students wear then enforce a dress code/uniform. I like the idea of schools who don't require uniforms because it allows for expression and, especially in this case, creates topics, debates. So long as no one is getting hurt....I say, "Go for Gold!". However there will always be those that take matters too far (I'm not saying this case is an example of that) and potentially ruin it for everyone else. I am straight but would wear that shirt proudly, regardless of it's ignorance because.....Let's face it, it's all a bit of a laugh.