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Central Florida high school sends boy home for dressing as a girl

ryan Eleventh grader Justin Reynolds has been kicked out his Central Florida high school for cross-dressing:

Justin got sent home for wearing “a V-neck T-shirt, blue jeans and high-heeled boots, accentuated by earrings and a necklace,” according to Ocala.com, as well as eyeliner and mascara.

"It wasn't anything overdramatic. It's an expression of yourself, no matter what. To dress out of your own gender shouldn't be anything," Ryan, 16, told a reporter.

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