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US: School reverses decision to ban 9-year-old boy from wearing My Little Pony bag

  • David Greensmith

    Good news that the school has finally seen sense. Let’s see the bullies held to account too.

    • Steven Gregory

      It’s amazing what happens when the national spotlight falls on your stupidity.

  • Serkan M

    Yaaaaay!! Common sense finally wins the day. I hope the boy can now have a happy school experience.

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  • Rumbelow

    Force the bullies to carry their books to school in My Little Pony bags.

    • Jones

      Implying that having a My Little Pony bag is humiliating. Well obviously not for this boy as he’s chosen to carry it around and it was his decision after all. The bullies needn’t be humiliated but they should be punished.

  • Brett Gibson

    Bloody good, this school seriously needs to take a good hard look at themselves and how they choose to handle situations. Good for the young lad though, bless his heart.

  • Dermot Mac Flannchaidh

    When I was his age, in the 1980s, I openly liked My Little Pony too. Was I bullied? Certainly. But it was my still my right to like MLP. My parents were supportive, and I never thought it was weird of me.

  • Truth

    Excellent news. I never understood why the school could not see that they were in effect putting the rights of bullies above this boy’s right to be himself.

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