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miércoles, 31 de mayo de 2017

Anti-LGBT posters stir debate at Eastern High

Anti-LGBT posters stir debate at Eastern High
- “Supporting LGBT ‘rights’ is supporting sin Remember what happened to Sodom and Gomorrah, This is the price for sin,” the posters said.
Jeremy Clevenger, a sophomore at Eastern who is openly gay and a member of the school’s Students United club, saw a photo of the poster Tuesday morning on Snapchat and went to Assistant Principal J. Ako Barnes to report it.
“I told him, ‘This is not OK. It’s ridiculous. It’s really unnecessary,’ and he told me it’s freedom of speech, so I asked him if we were allowed to go home, type up our own opinion and post it up without permission. … He said, ‘You need permission, and it can’t hurt or threaten anybody,’” Clevenger said.