This week Kent State graduate Kaitlin Bennett tweeted the images of herself with a gun, writing, “Now that I graduated from @KentState, I can finally arm myself on campus. I should have been able to do so as a student."
The student's lawsuit says the ban on shirts promoting gun rights is a violation of his right to free speech.
The 22-year-old University of Tennessee student wants to "empower other women" by celebrating her right to bear arms.
The 18-year-old has been banned from the prom because of his gun-related social media posts: "2nd amendment part 2. YeeYee," he tweeted.
The students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas made their magazine cover debut on Thursday when five of them appeared on the front of Time. On Friday, Teen Vogue launched a couple of digital covers for their March issue, where Parkland‘s Emma González and Jaclyn Corin were joined by a handful of other young gun control advocates.
A Massachusetts teacher was placed on administrative leave after making "inappropriate" gun-related comments to students.
The first lady welcomed a Florida teen who favors a bipartisan, moderate approach to gun control to the White House. He later tweeted that the Trumps were "true patriots."
At a blessing ceremony for members of the Unification Church at the World Peace and Unification Sanctuary, members wore very specific garb while holding AR-15s.
When Stacey Wehrman Feeley snapped this photo of her three-year-old standing on the toilet, she thought her daughter was being funny, and wanted to share it with her husband. “Politicians - take a look,” Wehrman Feely wrote in the post. “This is your child, your children, your grandchildren, your great grand children and future generations to come.