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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

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    You think this is normal behavior?
    Yes it is normal behavior. And it is not illegal.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHat View Post
    I noticed you couldn't differentiate b/w a goof off game, meant not to be taken seriously, and someone who dresses that way intentionally.
    I can differentiate just fine. However, I don't see how kids "goofing off" by dressing as the opposite sex is any less "deviant" than someone who is doing it because they feel more comfortable in those clothes or they are trying to make a statement.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheHat View Post
    How did we get to this again? You can't debate the actual issue here, so you try to compare it to segregation?
    This is part of the issue. You specifically mentioned that the parents would be uncomfortable with her because of her choice of date and/or clothing. I say that it doesn't matter, because a school cannot discriminate against someone for either their sexuality or their gender, any more than you can their race or their religion. It doesn't matter if the parents or the legal guardians don't agree with the behavior.

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    I don't think telling a girl to dress approriately is against the law. I mean, if you have to tell some girl to leave b/c she is wearing boy clothes for the sake of drawing attention to yourself at a public function then the situation isn't going to end pretty for the girl. Common decency still has its place in a civilized society.
    They weren't telling her to dress appropriately, they were telling her to dress like a girl, which is gender discrimination. Especially when women/girls have been allowed to wear dresses, even at school for some 50 or 60 years now. And, it is legal for men/boys to wear dresses if they want to. It is not the school's place to restrict someone's apparel because of their gender, unless it can legitimately be seen to be causing a distraction or disturbance to actual learning.

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    You can't expect people to accept freaks walking around in all aspects of life.
    What does and does not constitute a "freak" is subjective. And I can absolutely expect them to tolerate and accept that it is legal for a man to dress as a woman and a woman to dress as a man. I personally think those people that walk around with their little dogs in their purses are kinda freaky, but I have to accept them.
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

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    I bet she listens to that evil music, rock n' roll.
    And dances the evil dancing stuff

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by rivrrat View Post
    I mean, can you IMAGINE a woman in a tux? I mean, what if there were actually companies that specialized in tuxedos for women? How ****ing insane would that be? Can you imagine??
    No a girl in a tux does not look that bad. However the discussion to me would involve everyone dressing in drag.
    Not just a girl and a tux by the boy and a dress.
    If it was to a private party that's fine. But not a public prom
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by KOV03 View Post
    No a girl in a tux does not look that bad. However the discussion to me would involve everyone dressing in drag.
    Not just a girl and a tux by the boy and a dress.
    If it was to a private party that's fine. But not a public prom
    Do you have a never ending supply of drag fetish imagery or something?

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    Do you have a never ending supply of drag fetish imagery or something?
    It's a great example of the thread

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by KOV03 View Post
    It's a great example of the thread
    I think it speaks more to your interests since it has zero to do with this thread.

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by KOV03 View Post
    No a girl in a tux does not look that bad. However the discussion to me would involve everyone dressing in drag.
    Not just a girl and a tux by the boy and a dress.
    If it was to a private party that's fine. But not a public prom
    I think if Pakistan, of all places, can accept a cross-dressing talk show host, then certainly us, the United States of America, can accept cross-dressing students and cross-dressers in general. We are supposed to be the home of the free.

    Cross-Dressing Talk Show Host - ABC News

    And, actually, it's the other way around. A private party has absolutely every right to discriminate who they allow into their party, a school does not when it comes to their students at prom. And a school cannot discriminate against their students based on their gender, no matter how uncomfortable someone may be with it. The students do not have a right to not be uncomfortable, if they can't handle the presence of a cross-dresser then they are the ones that maybe shouldn't be there. Maybe their parents can organize a prom just for them, then they wouldn't have to invite the cross-dresser.
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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by jallman View Post
    I think it speaks more to your interests since it has zero to do with this thread.
    I think you're being intellectually dishonest with yourself this thread is about cross-dressing and going to the prom.

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    Re: Lesbian teen back at Miss. school after prom flap

    Quote Originally Posted by KOV03 View Post
    I think you're being intellectually dishonest with yourself this thread is about cross-dressing and going to the prom.
    No this thread has more to do with teens being nonconformist in something as cliche` as dress attire.

    It's actually more about administrators losing sight of their job and getting into pissing contests with teenagers over that nonconformity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roguenuke View Post
    The students do not have a right to not be uncomfortable, if they can't handle the presence of a cross-dresser then they are the ones that maybe shouldn't be there. Maybe their parents can organize a prom just for them, then they wouldn't have to invite the cross-dresser.
    you go from one point of the right to cross-dressing as if it's normal for a public place. But the students have no right to be on comfortable.

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