Keep Satan IN schools? Delco satanist group convinces one school district to allow satanic imagery on clothing
A Delco Satanic organization has finally convinced a school district to change its dress code to allow Satanic imagery. Satanic Delco claimed the Rose Tree Media School District’s dress code was discriminatory against Satanists. Students were allowed to don clothing with other religious symbols, but nothing satan-related.
In my opinion, Satanic Delco was entirely in the right and got the verdict they deserved. Please don’t ask how I know this, but the whole idea of satanist cults corrupting American youth was a myth that started decades ago. That myth is likely the root of this policy in the first place.
I am glad the School Board finally changed this bigoted policy. I am by no means a satanist – I was the head altar boy at St. Colman’s in Ardmore – but it is good to see fellow citizens achieve the American ideal of religious freedom in my backyard.
After doing some digging into Satanic Delco, I found a lot of positives stories about the group. They have a campaign fighting homelessness that is arguably more effective than anything the City of Philadelphia has done in the last two decades.
It’s time to stop stigmatizing satanism like it’s some murderous cult. These folks are upstanding members of our community, doing more for their fellow man than many “Christians” in this city.
Honestly? To help fight the stigma, we should take it one step further and mandate at least one (1) piece of Satanic attire in schools.
Alright, Delco, who’s with me?
Mandatory Credit: The Inquirer