Free Speech? A High School’s Day Of Silence, Anti-Gay T-Shirts, Guns, And The ACLU

Are a high school student’s anti-gay, pro-gun activities creating a hostile environment for the students and staff of a Connecticut school the ACLU threatened to sue?

The anti-gay t-shirt that 17-year-old Seth Groody wore to protest last April’s national Day of Silence will continue to be allowed at Connecticut’s Wolcott High School, according to the principal and superintendent. In fact, Groody, who claimed in a YouTube video that he makes thousands of dollars selling airsoft guns, began selling anti-gay t-shirts and at least twelve of his friends purchased them to wear for this year’s Day of Silence. Click logo for a direct link.