This is the kind of story that makes one read it twice, just to make sure that you really are reading the facts correctly, because school administrators actually used wisdom and discretion.
Bangor Area High School in Pennsylvania was having an “awareness week,” put on by the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance group. The last day of the week was dedicated to LGBT issues, and students were encouraged to wear rainbow colored shirts to show their support.
But two students, who were on the school’s televised morning announcements, decided instead to wear Chick-fil-A T-shirts to school instead.
And because this is the 21st century, the Tweets began to fly.
The appearance started a flurry of tweets, with students calling out the two boys who wore the Chick-fil-A shirts.