Gay News from Oregon – Students Make GAY IS NOT OK shirts

students who bully and hate gays

Students wearing anti-gay T-shirts to class disrupted Oregon City High School’s celebration of unity Friday.

Friday was National Day of Silence. It’s where students take some form of silence to call attention to the bullying of the LGBT community in schools.

Two students told KATU News that if the school is supporting Day of Silence, then they have the right to speak out against it.

They wore T-shirts to school that said, “Gay Is Not Ok” and “Gay Day Is Not OK,” which is a reference to Day of Silence. They sought out a KATU reporter to be interviewed.

Why were the shirts allowed???