Style that gets students in trouble – Eighth-grader Chloe Rubiano of Ramay Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas, was asked to change out of a shirt that read "Virginity Rocks." The school's superintendent said references to sexuality on clothing are inappropriate for school. Chloe's mother wrote in a post on Facebook: "Virginity is not a dirty word. Wouldn't it be great if it weren't treated as such?"
Style that gets students in trouble – In 2002, Natalie Young (seen here) was sent home from school and warned that she would be suspended if she wore a T-shirt that says "Barbie is a Lesbian" again to her middle school in Ozone Park, Queens. Young, who is gay, said, "I was trying to be funny," according to the Associated Press.