Rainbows On The Mind
This is for you, Jon Stewart. A high school principal banned any clothing that could imply support for gays and lesbians. Including, er, rainbows. A student sued:
During the trial, which was held in Panama City yesterday and today, Ponce de Leon High School's principal David Davis admitted under oath that he had banned students from wearing any clothing or symbols supporting equal rights for gay people. Davis also testified that he believed rainbows were "sexually suggestive" and would make students unable to study because they'd be picturing gay sex acts in their mind. The principal went on to admit that while censoring rainbows and gay pride messages he allowed students to wear other symbols many find controversial, such as the Confederate flag.
He lost the case. Many in Panama City conceded that the Confederate flag also gave them a boner.