PHOENIX - A federal judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that there is nothing vulgar about "I heart boobies!" bracelets and public schools can't ban them.
Two girls brought the case to the court with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union after they were suspended for wearing the bracelets.
“I heart boobies!” merchandise is sold to help raise money for breast cancer awareness research.
Would you let your children wear one to school?
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Robert Joseph Christiansen absolutely not. What about testicular cancer? If I made a bracelet that says I Heart Men's Nuts, would that be ok for children to wear? The breast cancer movement is overstepping their boundaries.
Self Spruill THOSE WHO DON'T LIKE THEM ARE THEY AGAINST FIGHTING CANCER? OR DO YOU HAVE TO BE A CERTAIN AGE TO SUPPORT CANCER?
Judi Cannon Keenum My grandchildren wear them and i am proud that they do. This is not silliness for them, they have had first hand family experience
Jeff A. Davis It's all about the innuendo...
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