Welcome to another episode of "No good deed goes unpunished."
A group of Arizona cheerleaders have been banned from wearing a breast cancer awareness T-shirt.
The trouble started when the Gilbert High cheer squad's booster club made pink shirts with the slogan on the back: "Feel for lumps. Save your bumps."
If you think that's no big deal, you should talk to principal Charles Santa Cruz, who caused a ruckus by censoring the girls from wearing the shirts at upcoming games. The school head said the slogan was never approved.
"There were other slogans like 'Save the ta-tas,'" Gayleen Skrownek, a mom who has been part of the Booster Club for several years, told ABC 15 in Phoenix. "We thought this was more age-appropriate. We never meant it
to be controversial."
Sadly that's what happened, as now the discussion is more about the shirts than about the disease. To learn more about preventing breast cancer, click here.
Parents have said they will wear the shirts in protest at the game Friday night to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
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