Ariz. school objects to cheerleaders’ breast-cancer shirts – USATODAY.com

GILBERT, Ariz. — The cheerleading squad at Gilbert High School has been told they cannot wear their pink T-shirts to raise money for breast cancer awareness during the school’s football games because the administration finds the shirts display an objectionable slogan.

  • "Feel for lumps, save your bumps" T-shirts were purchased for Gilbert High School cheerleaders in Arizona to wear during a fundraiser for breast-cancer research. The school's principal says the message is inappropriate and has banned the shirts.

    By Tom Tingle, The Arizona Republic

    “Feel for lumps, save your bumps” T-shirts were purchased for Gilbert High School cheerleaders in Arizona to wear during a fundraiser for breast-cancer research. The school’s principal says the message is inappropriate and has banned the shirts.

By Tom Tingle, The Arizona Republic

“Feel for lumps, save your bumps” T-shirts were purchased for Gilbert High School cheerleaders in Arizona to wear during a fundraiser for breast-cancer research. The school’s principal says the message is inappropriate and has banned the shirts.

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