Phallic Lollipops Are Protected Speech

A federal judge has ruled that a northern Indiana school district shouldn’t have disciplined two high school girls (not the two ladies in the stock photo above) who posted racy online photos of themselves posing with phallic lollipops and simulating sexual acts because the pictures were outside of school and are protected by the First Amendment.

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One Response to Phallic Lollipops Are Protected Speech

  1. Beats By Dre says:

    It is nice to discover well-informed folks discuss topics on here. Kudos

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