Two complaints by a student and parent spurred Emmaus High School officials on Wednesday to take action against a transgender teen's clothes, according to the Morning Call newspaper. The unnamed year-old student was asked to change into a pair of gym shorts because her tight yoga pants were "too revealing," East Penn School District Superintendent Michael Schilder explained, even when paired with a blouse and cardigan. To protest the school's action, classmates are plastering their school with posters and stickers on their chests calling for "Equality for Kelsi" regardless of consequences. A handful of students have stated on social media that the school's staff has threatened to punish their activism with detention. But hashtags like KelsiStrong and EqualityForKelsi, part of the emotional outpouring of support for the trans girl, has caused her to know she has friends at school.