I am not sure I agree. All their doing is compounding one mess with another.
Personally I would let this girl and her girlfriend come, to call it off to the detriment of the other students just causes other problems. God forbid someone ends up hurt because of the fallout.
You are entirely wrong. People and institutions need to stand up against the homosexual agenda, and thank God, it’s starting to happen more and more.
Enough is not only enough, it’s too much! Roll back time for the homosexual agenda!
It sounds like the girls weren’t told they couldn’t attend the prom. One girl asked if she could wear a tuxedo and escort the other girl as a date. The school said no.
So, this nonsense is all about dress code. It’s not even about “same-sex” dating. Who would’ve stopped the two girls from entering the prom if they’d both shown up in gowns? Plenty of girls attend their prom with friends when they don’t have dates.
But, this girl decided to make it into a public issue and to get the ACLU involved. The school board was right to cancel the prom because, once the story hit the news, the prom probably would’ve attracted news reporters, supporters, protesters.