They're pushing Wyoming toward living up to its nickname of the Equality State.
The action appears to say the items are as disruptive as racist and homophobic literature recently distributed at the Cheyenne, Wyo., school.
Kaycee Cook was barred from the school where she helps run the GSA after she reported racist and homophobic literature being circulated.
The legislator, Lynn Hutchings, told visiting students that having sex with children and dogs could be considered a sexual orientation.
Sara Burlingame, the director of the statewide LGBTQ group, won over voters in her Cheyenne-area district.
Jackson Hole does what Wyoming still cannot.
Communities around the state threw tutu-wearing parties in response to Sen. Mike Enzi's comments that a man in a tutu is asking for a fight.