The Louisville Courier-Journal reports:
A Christian school in Louisville expelled a student last week after her family said school officials discovered the girl had celebrated her birthday with a rainbow-themed cake. Kimberly Alford told The Courier Journal that until Jan. 6, her 15-year-old daughter had been a freshman at Whitefield Academy, a private school at 7711 Fegenbush Lane that serves students in preschool through 12th grade.
That’s when Alford said she received an email from Whitefield Academy’s head of school, Bruce Jacobson, explaining how her daughter was being expelled “immediately due to a post on social media.” Alford said her daughter is not gay and the cake was simply a fun treat, with the bakery receipt listing the design as “assorted colors.” Alford said her daughter wears “tomboy-type clothing” from time to time and has always been athletic, but the photo of her with the rainbow cake and outfit “meant nothing.”
The school claims the expulsion came after two years of disciplinary issues including the possession of Juul pods. (Tipped by Christian Nightmares)
Yep. This happened. https://t.co/IrWSGLu9i5
— Alexander Gray (@alexgray666) January 14, 2020
At Whitfield Academy, if your mom gets you a rainbow cake (without even forcing a baker to violate their religion!) as Kayla Kenney’s did, it’s a “lifestyle violation” & you’re expelled.
KY is considering using public funds to pay for kids to go to private schools like WA, btw. pic.twitter.com/gXktNfWrMV
— Ashton Pittman (@ashtonpittman) January 14, 2020