Suffolk is weighing whether to pass a law in the schools to prevent students from wearing clothes ""that [are] not in keeping with a student's gender"

"Board Vice Chairwoman Thelma Hinton, who initiated the dress code discussion, said Wednesday that she's pleased with the superintendent's proposal.

"You can be whatever you want to be," she said, "but as long as I'm on the board, I'm about safety."

Hinton mentioned reports from last summer that boys who wore feminine clothing had to use a faculty restroom because they felt threatened by their peers. She doesn't know the motivation behind their dress, "but when it becomes a safety issue, how far do you go with freedom of expression?""


Right, let's not get carried with this "freedom of expression" foolishness in the schools, what good could that possibly do?

Oh yes, safety is paramont. No state understands this better than freedom-embracing Virginia, which is lifting the ever-so stifling ban on buying more than one handgun a month.

It is plain to see that the issues have merged. To buy more than one gun a month while wearing clothes not in keeping with one's gender-- this is something the fine people of this state need to consider very, very carefully.

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