The policy of Boyd County Kentucky school district, when it came to religious objections to their pro-homosexual "anti-harassment" training, was to punish those students who opposed the teachings on homosexuality. The policy enforced suppression of students free speech and religious expression. In effect, the anti-harassment policy was to harass students of faith.
It took a hearing before the U.S. 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to get Boyd County school district to end the harassment against those students who opposed the pro-homosexual teaching.
Court rules in school, gay case - Boyd student may pursue damages
The anti-harassment policy was originally crafted by the ACLU through their strong-arm legal tactics against the school district over the past several years.
"Champions of Free Speech" ACLU Muzzling Student Speech