"When uniformity is compromised, then authority no longer holds."
This is what a local Florida woman said in support of the local high school banning a year book picture of a female student because she was wearing "boys clothes." The story is that the school principal pulled the pictures of the young woman-- who was wearing a tuxedo in the picture-- then the school board and superintendent unanimously support the decision. Even the school openly admits that the young woman broke no actual rules but an attorney for the school said "the district gives principals the authority to set standards."
Ironically, school officials claim it's not about the fact that the young woman is openly gay, they strongly insist the case is about gender. Um, apparently they have a really lousy lawyer who didn't coach them very well. Which form of discrimination do they think is actually illegal?
Hello, Florida ACLU? Where are you? We have an easy case for you over here in Fleming Island, FL.