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Police and officials at a Pennsylvania high school are investigating a student-organized "Anti-Gay Day" protest, during which students wore flannel, wrote "anti-gay" on their hands, and bullied LGBT students at the school. The Day of Silence aims to draw attention to anti-gay bullying. Students in the GSA wear black, paint rainbows on their faces, and stay silent throughout the day. They were calling us every horrible name you can think of. The protesters also reportedly stuck Bible verses on LGBT students' lockers and allegedly circulated a "lynch list" of students who had participated in the Day of Silence. Someone also reportedly tied a noose onto the flag in one classroom.
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ADF claims that students who have attempted to speak against same-sex relationships and behavior have been censored or, in some cases, punished for their actions under campus hate-speech rules, such as Tyler Chase Harper, a high school student whose suspension led to the first Day of Truth. The case was appealed to the Supreme Court. According to ADF, over 1, students in schools participated in the first Day of Truth, in The second Day of Truth was held on April 27, , with nearly 3, students from more than schools participating, according to ADF statistics. In February, ADF alleged that various unnamed bloggers opposed to the Day of Truth had attempted to undermine the event by swamping the Day of Truth web site with requests for brochures. In one of several Day of Truth-related legal actions, ADF filed a federal lawsuit in on behalf of a student who they claim was prevented by his school from participating in the event, despite allowing the Day of Silence. ADF announced that beginning in , it passed on its leadership role in the Day of Truth to an ex-gay organization, Exodus International , [13] which had already participated in running the event.
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This post was contributed by a community member. The views expressed here are the author's own. Up until the last bell, they communicated with teachers and each other using hand signals or by writing on papers or white boards.
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A Gay—Straight Alliance, Gender-Sexuality Alliance GSA or Queer—Straight Alliance QSA is a student-led or community-based organization, found in middle schools and high schools as well as colleges and universities, primarily in the United States and Canada, that is intended to provide a safe and supportive environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual , and transgender LGBT children, teenagers, and youth as well as their cisgender heterosexual allies. The first GSAs were established in the s. Numerous judicial decisions in United States federal and state court jurisdictions have upheld the establishment of GSAs in schools, and the right to use that name for them. The first gay—straight alliance was formed in November at Concord Academy in Concord, Massachusetts , [7] when Kevin Jennings , a history teacher at the school who had just come out as gay, was approached by Meredith Sterling , a student at the school who was straight, but was upset by the treatment of gay students and others. Jennings recruited some other teachers at the school, thus forming the first gay—straight alliance.
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