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I agree with the school - mostly.

Yes the school has the right to admit who they want since they are a private school. Yadda, yadda, yadda. But if I were them, I would have waited until a group of 45 students decided to have a loud and boisterous PRIDE meeting in the cafeteria during lunch. I mean really, did the school HAVE a problem with disruptions or are they trying to create problems for themselves? Let's not kid ourselves - school is a type of training - for the work force. If it will not go over in school then chances are excellent that it will not go over in the work place. If parents would look at the situation THAT way, they would see that being able to stand up in the middle of class and shout, "I'M GAY AND I'M PROUD!" should be LAST on the children's list of "what I can do" or better - not make the list AT ALL!

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