If my high school prom was cancelled because a lesbian wanted to bring her girlfriend, I would have been pissed off. As a matter of fact it did happen and they came to the senior class and asked if we would rather have the lesbian couple there or cancel prom. We decided to not cancel prom because none of us cared about our lesbian classmate. And you know what it was still a lot of fun and our friend's girlfriend started the 'lets see how many guys we can get to watch us dance' jokes first.
[quote] As I quoted from the article:
And neither you nor they can cite any "rights" within the law that support her in any way shape or form at a state or federal level. At least you are consistent.If the ACLU was saying that it violated her rights, they surely had some legal ground to stand on. If the Federal/Mississippi constitutions did not provide for any such rights, the school board could have gone on with their homophobic prom. The fact that they were forced to back down is telling. They knew they were out of line, and that if it went to court they would lose.
Then where is the law? Show it to us. If they could quote it, they would have.I doubt the ACLU was applying pressure based on "personal preference." They claimed that the school was violating students rights. The school was unable to contest this, so they cancelled the prom.
hahaha I see I can't rely on you to follow the logic if she got the ACLU involved she had every intention of breaking the rules.Now, if you would just show where in the article it said that Constance intended to break the rules if the school board fought the ACLU and won...
Oh wait... you can't.
Until you can cite the law that gives her these "rights" you don't have a leg to stand on.
Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
Into screwing other people of the same sex, yep should be legal.
Into having your balls stomped on by a dominatrix, yep should be legal.
Into dressing up in womans underwear, yep should be legal.
Into just having standard missionary sex with the opposite sex, yep should be legal.
Into having sex with 4 people at once, yep should be legal.
Want to have sex with an underage person? Nope, should not be legal based on the notion that minors are not wholey responsible for themselves so legally can't make the decision.
Want to have sex with a horse? Nope, because there's no reliable and realistic way to know that the horse consents to such an act because they do not have the type of intelligence required for such and thus would be considered animal abuse and thus not legal.
Want to force someone to have sex with you? Nope, because you're infringing upon another persons rights directly by making them do something physical they do not wish.
She didn't defy any rules. SHE FOLLOWED THE RULES. She petitioned the school to change the rules, which in and of itself IS FOLLOWING THE RULES.She made the choice to defy the rules the school had in place. Of course it is her fault.
My opponent is a liar, and he can not be trusted
This election began like a car wreck; a bad thing, but I couldn't help but look away. It's now more like a beheading video; a sickening display where I can't hit the red X fast enough.
"The crisis will end when fear changes sides" - Pablo Iglesias Turrión
"Austerity is used as a cover to reconfigure society and increase inequality and injustice." - Jeremy Corbyn
"A woman is like a teabag, you never know how strong she is until she gets in hot water." - Eleanor Roosevelt
Keep your religion out of other people's marriages.