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03/12/2009

What if she wears the bow tie in her hair? Will that be 'girly' enough for ya?

by Jeremy Hooper

man-tuxIt's astounding that in 2009 America, a high school principal would seriously suggest that a special prom dress code requires females to wear dresses and only dresses. But that is exactly what's happening in Lebanon, Indiana, where a 17-year-old lesbian senior at the local high school is fighting a court battle, all so she can wear a frickin' pair of pants to her school dance:

Lesbian sues to wear tux to prom [Sun-Times]

No word if the school will also fight against boys wearing gowns to their graduation.

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