7th-Grader Taking School to Court After He Was Sent Home for Second Time for Words on Shirt

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A seventh-grade student is preparing to sue the Nichols Middle School in Middleborough, Massachusetts, for allegedly violating his First Amendment rights by prohibiting him from wearing a shirt that states, “There are censored genders.”

Liam Morrison, 12, will file his federal lawsuit within the next few weeks, his attorney told Fox News on Monday.

The statement confirms weeks of speculation about whether the boy would pursue legal action against the public school, which had sent him home in April for wearing a shirt that read, “There are only two genders.”

In reprimanding Liam, Nichols Middle School officials claimed his T-shirt made some people feel “unsafe.”

On May 5, he wore a modified version of the T-shirt with the word “censored” appearing in place of “only two.”

School officials sent Liam home again.

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