The Court said: “A school that permits advocacy of the rights of homosexual students cannot be allowed to stifle criticism of homosexuality.”
“People in our society do not have a legal right to prevent criticism of their beliefs or their way of life.”
Two students and Zamecnik consider that they did not open a breach peace, any form of clothing was acceptable.
Nate Kellum, legal consultant for Alliance Defence Fund which represented the pair, said: “Christian students shouldn’t be discriminated against for expressing their beliefs.”
The students have received their diploma, but the act applies for future participants.