Bigoted Pennsylvania Teens Organize Day of Flannel-Wearing, Gay-Bashing

Jay Hathaway · 04/20/15 05:25PM

Following a Day of Silence in support of bullied LGBT teens, a group of anti-gay Pittsburgh-area high schoolers decided they were entitled to a special day of their own. In honor of “Anti-Gay Day,” they drew anti-gay slogans on their hands, wore matching flannel outfits, and, allegedly, created a “lynch list” of kids who support the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance.