A Fayetteville junior high made a teenager girl change her “Virginity Rocks” T-shirt at school because of its “sexual content.”
It was too offensive.
A Fayetteville junior high made a teenager girl change T-shirts at school because they said it contained sexual content. She said it expressed her Christian beliefs.
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Chloe Rubiano is an 8th grader at Ramey Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas. She wore a shirt to school that says ‘Virginity Rocks’. She got the shirt at a Christian festival last year. She said, she didn’t think anyone would really make a big deal out of it. She wore it at her old school but at Ramay Junior High she was told it would disrupt the classroom..
When she was called to the office Chloe said the administration was worried her shirt would start sexual conversations in class. She said her vice principal told her, ‘I love the shirt, and I agree with it. But, I just don`t think it is acceptable for school. It opens up too many doors for conversations.’
Chloe`s mother, Bambi Crozier, says she was surprised by the school`s decision. Bambi said the T-shirt is bold, but appropriate. But Bambi also said she understands the school’s decision after one of her friends said, ‘If you have the right to say this, you also have the right to say `sex rocks.`
Chloe had to change into a school gym shirt for the remainder of the day and she says she will still wear the ‘Virginity Rocks’ T-shirt in public but she has decided to not wear it at school again.