'Morning Edition' Returns: Trading Rouge for Camouflage School officials in Texas agree to give up the annual cross-dressing day. The school says it was meant to be fun but a conservative group accused the school of promoting a "homosexual agenda." So from now on, cross-dressing day will be "Camo Day," when students dress up like soldiers.

'Morning Edition' Returns: Trading Rouge for Camouflage

'Morning Edition' Returns: Trading Rouge for Camouflage

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School officials in Texas agree to give up the annual cross-dressing day. The school says it was meant to be fun but a conservative group accused the school of promoting a "homosexual agenda." So from now on, cross-dressing day will be "Camo Day," when students dress up like soldiers.