Warren Evans told NBC 4 Washington in an interview broadcast Friday that teachers at Calvert High in southern Maryland sent him home for dressing like a girl earlier this month.
"I feel annoyed that they would go out of their way to make it a problem just with me wearing a skirt," the teen, who says he is openly bisexual, told the station."
School officials wouldn't comment on the suspension, but the district's dress code policy said it's up to teachers to decide whether students’ clothes or haircuts are appropriate.
Evans, who didn't give his age, said the handbook isn't specific enough.
"It didn't say anywhere in the code of conduct or dress code that boys can't dress like girls," he told NBC 4, while appearing on camera in a tight pink skirt, high heels and a long black wig.
The dress code policy "applies to all students, regardless of gender," the station reported.
Last week, the mother of an openly gay Indiana high school student made headlines after it was reported that she sent her son to school armed with a stun gun to ward off bullies.
Darnell Young, 17, reportedly fired the stun gun into the air last month after six punks cornered him - leading school officials to consider kicking him out of Arsenal Technical High School.
F**k the fact that he's a boy! Who the f**k goes to school looking like a hooker? SOURCE