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10:52 AM on 09/14/2011
The ACLU thinks that body piercing is a religion. Yet they suddenly are all about "separation of church and state" when it's Christianity.
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LilaGrace
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11:11 AM on 09/14/2011
And yet, no one is telling Christians that they can't wear a cross on a chain around their necks. If a Jewish student came to school wearing a Yarmulke, no one would object. No one is suggesting that body piercing is a religion. Don't be stupid. But if a student has a piercing as an expression of their faith (like the cross necklace or yarmulke) then they should be allowed to wear it. The ACLU doesn't want christian prayers being forced on students in public schools. There is a BIG difference.
12:21 PM on 09/14/2011
The ACLU doesn't want Christian prayers, but they have no problem with Muslim prayers.
12:55 PM on 09/14/2011
That's a completely untrue statement. My nieces and nephews in the Bible Belt aren't allowed to wear a cross to school because of the church and state separation. It's a violation of our religious freedoms in my opinion!
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03:48 PM on 09/14/2011
Did you read the article? Aclu says it is a way to express religion. Like wearing a cross on your chain.
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10:33 AM on 09/14/2011
What religion practices wearing nose piercing as a part of its faith?
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10:42 AM on 09/14/2011
I was thinking the same thing.
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LilaGrace
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11:16 AM on 09/14/2011
Hindu, just to name one. Women of Indian decent are known for wearing nose piercings. They usually receive them when they reach child-bearing age.