Jonathan Escobar was a new student at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia, but he lasted less than a week. See, Jonathan considers himself a cross-dresser and, after coming to school one day wearing a pink wig, he was told by an assistant principal that he needed to dress more manly....whatever that means...or maybe he should be home-schooled.
So, the kid who is different has to leave scvhool because the kids who aren't different, at least according to some archaic arbitrary rule set up by an assistant, feel uncomfortable and to start a fight?
Escobar says: "They should've told the students to back off. They should have never given me the option of homeschooling or changing who I am. If I can't express myself, I won't go to school. I want to get the message out there that because this is who I am, I can't get an education."
Seriously, when are the rules going to change? Why are the bullies allowed to stay in school but the "different"kids are asked to leave?
Something is horribly wrong here.