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High school bans cheerleaders’ breast cancer shirts for ‘questionable’ slogan


An Arizona high school cheerleading squad’s efforts to raise money for breast cancer research has been a bumpy ride, the Huffington post reports. When Gilbert High School cheerleaders revealed the pink T-shirts they were planning to wear at the next two football games as they cheer and raise money from spectators, the administration issued a ban on the shirts for their “objectionable slogan,” the Arizona Republic reports. The shirts say “Gilbert Cheer” on the front and “Feel For Lumps, Save Your Bumps” on the back, featuring the recognizable pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the cheerleaders were hoping to support Susan G. Komen for the Cure…

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