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Asher Levine, president of the two-month-old alliance, said members of the GSA and the student body plan to dress in white to represent purity. They will also take a vow of silence for the day. "That's our way of basically standing up for ourselves," Levine said. "We're looking to approach this nuisance in a more mature manner." Levine and others started the alliance as a way for students of different sexual orientations to discuss issues and support each other.In order to cut back on any possible disputes, students will not be allowed outside the school building during the Phelps protest. Churches in the area, as well as military veterans, have expressed sadness that a group would come to their area spreading hate in the name of God. Technorati Tags: gay youth, lgbt, gay rights, florida, port charlotte, westboro baptist church, fred phelps