Mississippi High School Stipulates That Students Can Only Bring Date of Opposite Sex
For many high school students, the prom is something that they have been looking forward to since their freshman year and for most of the students in Tremont Attendance Center in Mississippi, they can enjoy the popular dance with their dates, but not the LGBTQ students. No, they can’t bring their same-sex date to the prom based on a written form that they have to sign to indicate that if they bring a date, it must be of the opposite sex, according to Yahoo.
This stipulation basically means that gay and lesbian students can’t enjoy the prom in the same way as their heterosexual classmates, which is most definitely discrimination. Jack McCrory is the person who brought this form to light, as his niece currently attends Tremont Attendance Center. McCrory said that
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