“It might be fun today to dress up like a little girl — kids think it’s cute and things like that. And you start playing around with it and, like drugs, you do a little here and there (and) eventually it gets you,” Davies told reporters.
Perhaps she speaks from experience? A litigator for Liberty Legal obtained permission for Davies to keep her children out of school that day, and TWIRP Day has now been changed to Camouflage Day, in which children put on clothes that hunters wear during deer-hunting season. Camouflage Day is very popular in Spurger, though the school’s attorney says some of the kids still honor the tradition of wearing clothes of the opposite sex. “I understand from the superintendent that some of the boys dressed in pink shorts anyway,” he said.