High school students respond to “Day of Silence” with “Anti-Gay Day”

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Students are being investigated at a high school in Pittsburgh for organizing an “Anti-Gay Day” April 16 in response to the nationally recognized “Day Of Silence” which draws attention to LGBT youth being bullied and harassed in school.

The group of students, who all attend McGuffey High School in Washington County, spread the message of “Anti-Gay Day” via social media advising students who support them to wear flannel shirts and write “anti-gay” on their hands.

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