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At the 2011 London Fashion Week, British designer Rachel Freire displayed her latest design, a cow-nipple dress that is made out of 3,000 cow and yak nipples (90 % cow and 10 percent yak). This kind of dress caused such a fashion scandal along with the spring-summer 2012 'Nippleocalypse' variety of this 32-year-old designer met with harsh criticism. 'It appears to me absolutely grotesque.' Labour MP Kerry McCarthy said. 'I think most of the people will quickly realize it sickening and repulsive.' But Freire defended her provocative piece, saying, 'I create fashion using material that will otherwise end up on the scrap heap. What I am doing is recycling. The people criticizing are clearly clueless concerning the volume of leather wasted on a regular basis.' Beaches with blue water, sunshine, wind, pristine as well as soaring rows of palm trees always provide great inspiration for music video makers. The cool sceneries of seas are already the prefect backgrounds for numerous music videos. In fact, beautiful beaches in Miami and Malibu have appeared as the stunning backgrounds in music videos of famous singers like Britney Spears, Beyonce, Will.I.Am, etc. and they've became the locations to film music videos with romantic and stunning views. Teachers and administrators have become more sensitized to the telltale issues. Perhaps more valuable, some schools are creating gay-straight alliances (GSAs), school-sponsored support groups that bring gay teens in addition to sympathetic straight peers. Begun in Los Angeles back in 1984, these programs numbered nearly 3,000 nationwide in 2005; most were founded following the murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay university student, in 1998. In some districts parents have objected to these organizations, nevertheless the same court rulings that protect the proper of conservative Bible groups to meet on school grounds also protect GSAs. In 2003, York City public schools moved an in-school program for gays, bisexuals , and transgender students to a separate school of their own. The Harvey Milk High School was named in memory of San Francisco's first openly gay city supervisor, who was assassinated in 1978 (Gay, Lesbian and straight Education Network 2005)