1. Islam Is Of The Devil
A 10-year-old girl was sent home on her first day back to school in Gainesville for wearing this shirt. “I was thinking they’re probably [going to] give my parents a call. I was expecting that from the first day.” via.
2. Barack Obama: A Terrorists Best Friend
Last year students at a Denver middle school were urged to wear something patriotic. So Daxx and his dad made the red, white and blue T-shirt that said: “Obama, A Terrorist’s Best Friend.” via.
3. The N Word
8-year-old Jaiden Haber was sent to the principal’s office for wearing a shirt that said, “N the ‘N’ Word” and below that, “It’s time!” The superintendent said: “To send a little white girl wearing this shirt into a very diverse district that is almost 90 percent nonwhite was not the way to address this word. It’s a lightning rod.” via.
4. The Confederate Flag
12-year-old Shaun Hines started wearing a Confederate flag T-shirt to classes at the diverse Markham Intermediate School in Staten Island. Some of his fellow students started calling out “KKK” whenever he passed, and he eventually found the letters written in three separate sets of handwriting on one of his folders when he wasn’t looking. Hines says he wears the shirt because he’s a Civil War history buff, not because he’s trying to send a message of racism or rebellion to his classmates. via.
5. Juicy Angel
A middle school student was sent home for wearing this $75 Juicy t-shirt. Yeah, there are worse shirts, but a little girl doesn’t need to be wearing a $75 Juicy shirt. Agreed?
6. All Camouflage
A 16-year-old in Lowell, MA was wearing a camouflage bandanna, a camouflage jacket over a camouflage T-shirt, and a pair of camouflage pants. She was sent home because wearing all camo is a gang thing.
7. Shirts With Pictures Of Fetuses
A 12-year-old girl was asked to change her shirt on “National Pro-Life T-Shirt Day.” The shirt displayed two graphic pictures of a fetus growing in the womb.
8. Professional Terrorist Hunter
Donald Miller III, a freshman at Penn Manor School was asked to turn his shirt inside out because of the gun/violence references. His mother was outraged and took action against the school district.
9. Virginity Rocks
Controversy surrounds this shirt in Albemarle County, Virginia. Apparently some students were told they couldn’t wear the shirt.
10. Be Happy, Not Gay
A student in Illinois wore a “Be Happy, Not Gay” shirt on the National Day of Silence. A school counselor crossed out the word “not gay” in black marker.