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03/15/2010

Video: Denied the toile of duty, Constance dances on national stage instead

by Jeremy Hooper

No awkward dancing, chaperoned fun, or rented clothes. But hey, how about a national TV appearance as a consolation prize?


The Wanda Sykes Show [Fox]

Hmm. Maybe a little weird that Wanda invited Constance to present the award? She is, after all, a teenager who came out and stood up to her conservative small town school officials. We're thinking that maybe we can find something to engrave and send in her direction as well, right?

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**SEE ALSO:

April 2nd was the original date for the dance. If her school won't hold it - then let's dress up in support of equality and have a nationwide prom that day. Here's what to do:

Schools (without dress codes), universities, clubs, organizations, & interested individuals:

On April 2nd, dress up in your absolute FINEST. If you have a suit or old tuxedo and want to wear it - put it on. If you have a nice dress or an old prom gown that fits - wear it. If you have none of this, just find whatever nice clothes you have and feel comfortable wearing.
Dress You Up In My Love: The Nationwide Equality Prom [Facebook]

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