Same Sex Dates Rattles High School Prom
So, here we go again in Jackson, Mississippi. Not racial discrimination but, what is it, gender or sex discrimination? And, of course the ACLU grabbed onto this case like cat loves tuna, threatening the school district was lawsuits for this discrimination and that discrimination. And all lesbian Constance McMillen wanted to do was go to the prom with HER girlfriend and pretend to be a guy by wearing a tuxedo. The school said no. The students said no. The school cancelled the prom, ruining it for all seniors.
Motives. Does anyone really believe that Constance simply wanted to go to the prom with her lover girlfirend and NOT try to make a statement about her sexual preference, NOT want to cause an issue, knowing full well, that most of the school shunned her or other gays? Like many gays infused with what their rights are, whether or not correct, they like to be "in your face" about this especially in public. Some gays are more discreet about this in public because they know many will not accept it and we all really need to live together because there are all types. To deny this is just being a stupid redneck.
I am sure Constance did it with intent to cause a controversy, despite how innocent she pretends to be. The ACLU naturally championed her cause and as a result, the school is not having the prom. The ACLU cited that the teenager's rights of freedom of expression (wearing a tuxedo) and policy of banning same sex prom dates, violated their rights.
If the ACLU wins, schools and school districts will lose much of their power to decide what is appropriate and what is not. It will not just stop with a tuxedo or same sex whatever that or that. It will empower teenagers, which are naturally rebellious, to challenge more school policies. The freedom of expression is a real can of worms. It would allow students to wear whatever they want. You can see how a student might wear a see through blouse, or a dude wearing gang regalia to incite other gangs and then scream, "hey, it is freedom of expression".
High school students are already exposed to the gay culture via everywhere, many could care less, others are greatly offended. Let the student's vote about what is right for their school when special events occur and some students want to push the envelope. They have to see each other everyday, not he ACLU.
Let the majority decide. Gays that push their agenda or lifestyle upon non-gay society are doing it with intent. Everyone does not have to accept that lifestyle. When my gay friends cross the line in what they do, and I am around, I tell them to cool it. We have an odd respect for one another. We both understand one another. Each knows the other's boundaries. That is how we are friends. If they were radical gays, it would quite a different story.