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Dear Missouri

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THIS sucks!!!

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20 comments to “Dear Missouri”

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    It thoroughly annoys me when you throw an entire state under the bus for one SCHOOL issue. Typical liberal writing: glossing over, generalizing and senationalizing stories. Maybe your writers should look at the policies or agenda of a state before declaring it sucks.

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    They have a dress code your fucking idiot. You don't want equality, you want special treatment. In my high school, we couldn't wear anything that related to sex or sexual preference, no matter how mundane. You gay's are so fucking sensitive, no wonder you get ridiculed so much. Your like women without emotional control. HA!

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    I went to this High School and pride myself on the fact that they are so accepting of people of any race, sex, sexuality…anything! From what I hear from the people that still live in Liberty, things have only gotten better. There are many groups that actually even support homosexuality and bisexuality. Our class president was gay and one of the most popular guys in school. I find all of this hard to believe. Yes, he may have been asked to take the shirt off…there is a dress code. But I HIGHLY doubt that he has been harassed by teachers because he is bisexual. Liberty is an open and accepting school and that is very important for them to remain that way. Just because they are sticking with their dress code does NOT mean that it has anything to do with the word queer. If a black kid wore a shirt that said n****r on it and said "i can wear this because I'm taking it back" it would not be allowed. Rules are rules. But Liberty is a wonderful school district that promotes equality on every level and I don't think you should be insinuating otherwise.

  4. Uruha says – reply to this


    what do you expect? Missouri is one of the backwards, sh*thole states. You can only away with wearing this kind of stuff in normal, non-crappy states like California and Hawaii.

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    I go to this school and I don't appreciate disrespecting my whole state for a misunderstanding. IT'S A RULE AT MY SCHOOL, TO HELP GAY PEOPLE! If someone wore a shirt that said "queers are wrong" that person would have to take it off too. He was sent home because it said queer. If it said gay + straight = equal he'd be able to stay. You don't know anything, so why don't you stop accepting special treatment and leave my school alone.

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    Re: Uruha – actually… I live in california.. and we weren't allowed to wear anything like this.. hell in middle school we had uniforms and couldn't even wear red or blue.. and this was public school.

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    Re: hoochpit – No, you asshole, the LGBT's DO want equality. Those kids who wore the anti-gay shirts were not asked to take them off, let alone sent home. All this kid wants is to be dealt with in the same fashion as those bigots. The likes of you are destroying America with your stereotypes. Being gay doesn't make you an emotional wreck 24/7. Plenty of straight people are sensitive, so think before you make an ignorant post.

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    Re: Uruha – are you fucking serious? this happened to protect the gays of my school. its school policy that the word "queer" cant be on a shirt. he was told that if he changed queer to gay he could wear it.
    learn your shit before you disrespect my entire fucking state.

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    If kids stopped "coming out" and stopped making things so damn public about their sexuality, then the bullying would stop. The name calling would lessen, and the teachers wouldn't have to be so damned concerned all the time. I graduated in 2002, and I NEVER heard people bullying others, never heard gays/lesbians coming out for attention. that's all it is these days! Attention seeking! Plenty of people go through their school careers and never come out out of respect of others! You don't hear of girls going around going "i'm proud to be a whore!" do you?

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    Its funny how ignorant you are Perez - I notice you forgot to mention that the school had no problem with people wearing "Gay - fine by me" shirts.
    Also, if someone is allowed to wear a shirt like that - then thanks to EQUALITY, it should be equally fine to wear a shirt that says "i hate queers"

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    Re: Midnight Empress – Um…off your high horse. In my school back in 2002 we weren't allowed anything that spoke of sexuality at all on any attire. You couldn't even get into your first period class the teacher sent you straight to the office for it. Just because it was a bisexual boy that got in trouble doesn't mean it was ABOUT. HIS. SEXUALITY.

    In the words of Mallory Archer: "Put it back in the deck."

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    (i already posted this & it didn't show up) - the 1st amendment doesn't favor one view over the other.. just like how the ACLU helped a girl in illinois that wore an anti-gay t-shirt .. see the link www.aclu-il.org/judge-upholds-student-free-speech-rights/ .. (& yes, most schools can restrict messaging if it threatens violence, for example, but not just simply sharing an opinion on an issue)

  13. @v@ says – reply to this


    Realistically the word 'queer' does denote a negative connotation, and is not accepted lingo to categorize that group. I wouldn't send him home, though. More discussion was needed. He's probably just a kid full of idealism and pi*s and vinegar.

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    This comment should read: Deal Liberty, not dear Missouri.

    Besides the occasional meth lab and gay haters in the po-dunk towns like liberty, most of Missouri is pretty awesome.

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    Re: Sammannthaa

    You mam, are a moron. Liberty is constantly ranked one of the top 20 places to raise a family. If you had any relevance to the town or ACTUALLY lived there you would know it is one of the most supporting communities you will find. This Liberal "reporting" is just plain disgusting. Expect nothing more from Perez though, what a ignorant person. The fact of the matter is that Queer is a slur, and NOT okay to wear to a public high school. I would challenge you to find other places that would allow this. I know it must be hard for you to understand though that pure ignorance you are spouting but you might want to reread the article. Liberty has allowed this year, and even more than 5 years ago (when I attended the school) the wearing of gay equality shirts. Take out Queer and put Gay and this boy is fine. But to have a national gossip pretty boy dude like Perez call out a whole state is disgusting. But like I said, I wouldnt expect anything else from such hypocritical people like yourselves.

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    Re: hecaterose – Um, bitch, I'm staying on my high horse, because there was TONS of gay bashing insults in school when I was growing up, so why should gays hide who they are? I bet you support straight kids advertising their sexuality, since they do it all the time and shove it down people's throats like attention whores. Being gay is NOT a bad thing like being a whore is. The difference is quite huge if you think about it real hard, IF you can even think. It most definitely WAS about his sexuality, because if it wasn't, the anti-gay bigots would have gotten in trouble for their hateful shirts. Not coming out has nothing to do with respecting others, it has to do with disrespecting one's own right to be proud of who he/she is. Go back to your Bible-thumping lifestyle and piss the fuck off!!

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    Re: Sammannthaa – Liberty is far from a po-dunk town!!

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    No, No. Missouri does not suck. This kid chose to wear a questionable shirt, that was his action. As most people know, with actions come consequence.

    I understand the kid's reasoning for wearing something in an attempt to 'take back a word' but again, it is to be expected an entire society isn't going to just wake up one day and decide that 'queer' is no longer an offensive slur. That's not a typeset that can be changed in a day, by a t-shirt.

    Also, anyone who's ever had to fight for anything had to deal with consequences just the same.

    That doesn't mean the school is in the wrong entirely, they gave the kid the option to take off the shirt. The student stood his ground and faced consequences, just like any other student would have.

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