Breast cancer awareness T-shirt causing controversy at high school
Updated: Tuesday, October 15 2013, 11:28 PM EDT
A breast cancer awareness shirt is causing a controversy at an Oklahoma high school.
A junior at the school says he wore a Twin Peaks breast cancer awareness shirt to class Friday and was sent home for the day.
He says the principal told him that the shirt was offensive to women.
However, other students at the school don't understand the decision because the school was selling shirts that say "Big or small, save them all" and "Save second base".
The school's principal claims no one was suspended, only told to go home and change.
All of the shirts have been banned from the school, but the Twin Peaks shirt is being sold at a local restaurant.