School Security Tells Student 'Legalize Gay' Shirt Is Inappropriate

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We continue to be surprised by the dress code rules that schools enforce, be it the prom dress found "too revealing" or the t-shirt message "Feminist" that was blurred out of a school photo. Here's another ridiculous example: Michigan student Roberta Glennon-Rule was told that her "Legalize Gay" t-shirt was inappropriate.

Roberta's American Apparel "Legalize Gay" tank top came under scrutiny, she explained to Cosmopolitan, within minutes of walking into school when "a security guard told me to take it off."

She was told the message was "offensive" and explained to security: "I was like, 'Um, I don't have anything to cover it up, and even if I did, I wouldn't.' And I walked away."
She explained later that security was "in the wrong", but managed to grab Miley Cyrus' attention in the process.
Despite the school clarifying that it was one person who mistakenly told Roberta the shirt was inappropriate, Miley tweeted that she should "go get that shirt in every color" and "make it your new uniform."
Celebrity attention aside, Roberta felt some big love for her shirt's simple message:
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