An Indiana school district may appeal a judgment that said it violated the first amendment rights of two students over racy Facebook photos. The two girls posted photos of themselves with phallic shaped rainbow lollipops. When their high school found out, the girls were kicked off the volleyball team, required to go to counseling and had to apologize to the coaches' board. A judge says it was all a violation of the girls' freedom of speech. The ACLU is defending the two girls and says what the girls do outside of school is their business and not punishable. The district says they dishonored the school's reputation. Do you agree with the judge's decision? Did the school district violate the girls' first amendment rights? Or do you feel that as minors and representatives of their school, they deserved to be punished?