A high school student in Minnesota wore a shirt featuring this slogan to school, and was promptly informed that some of the gay and lesbian students had their panties in a wad about it, so he was ordered to stop.

His response was twofold, one part reflecting the geek tradition and the the other reflecting the american way: first, he had a new shirt made up saying Help! Help! I'm being repressed!, and second, he filed suit, claiming his civil rights were being violated.

Is this free speech or hate speech? Is it defamation of one group, or is that an unreasonable inference from this affirmation of another group? Would the ACLU touch this case with a ten foot pole?