The ACLU said McMillen approached school officials shortly before the memo went out because she knew same-sex dates had been banned in the past. The ACLU said district officials told McMillen she and her girlfriend wouldn't be allowed to arrive together, that she would not be allowed to wear a tuxedo, and that she and her girlfriend might be asked to leave if their presence made any other students "uncomfortable."
McMillen said she feared she would be thrown out of the prom because "we do live in the Bible Belt."
I told you. But really, if she had kept it low key and just went along nice but NOOOOO. SHE had to have things HER way.
I met a lot of people over that way. They are just plain country folk, doing the things they’ve always done.
If 50% of the kids were gay, then yeah, have your prom the way you want it. But having 2 girls demand things go their way ? I don’t think so.
She sure did bring up that bible fast huh ? It still won’t help. They don’t want her there. She should be embarrassed for what she did.