Many of you sent e-mails about Minnesota high school students who were suspended for wearing buttons inspired by the play "The Vagina Monologues." Some excerpts:
Dan Terrizzi, Arlington VA: "Bill, you sounded like an old lady objecting to the buttons. Could it be that you are out of touch?"
Michelle Schuyler, Madison MS: "If the girls were allowed to wear those buttons, then boys could wear slogans like 'I like breasts.' Where would it end?"
Sara Hammon, Las Vegas NV: "Bill, your comments set us back 15 years in the effort to move away from the shame associated with body parts."
Greg Oppedisano, Alberta, Canada: "Defying authority is a rite of passage for teens - assuming the role of Henny Penny is usually done by the elderly. Right, Bill?"
Heather Benodin, Lebanon NH: "Would the girls be allowed to wear an 'I love Jesus' button?"