Even high school girls have the right to freedom of speech, no matter how lewd their message might be, the Huffington Post reports. A federal judge sided with the ACLU in a recent case, stating that it was wrong for a high school principal to punish two girls for posting "racy" pictures on Facebook, according to Gawker. Apparently the school official suspended the girls from all extracurricular activities for a year after someone informed him of the photos…

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