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Judilicious boobies

In terms of bringing up children to understand right from wrong, to refrain from criminal activity and to try to restrain those hormonal urges that would otherwise make adolescent boys become rampant sex machines, schools really do have a tough job. It's no wonder then that a school in Pennsylvania, US, recently suspended two female students from wearing bracelets with the slogan 'I love boobies' written on them.

What the school's teachers and subsequently the state's district lawyer didn't understand, when the case went to a federal court, is that the bracelets were actually being worn to raise awareness of Breast Cancer on Breast Cancer Awareness Day, Newser reveals.

'An injunction was issued preventing the school from banning the bracelets until the girls' case—supported by the ACLU—goes to trial. The district lawyer said he was disappointed by the ruling. 'It is inconceivable that the court did not recognize that the bracelets were meant to titillate,' he told the Philadelphia Inquirer, adding: 'There's no group more distractable than 12- to 14-year-old middle school boys.'

We do wonder whether similar bracelets sporting the line 'We love cock' would ever be worn by teenage girls at high school, in support of prostrate cancer...Well, they probably wouldn't be worn by teenage boys.

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