Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
I think what she's getting at, Navy, is your statement that the two girls wanted to "flaunt their lesbianism" by attending prom together; I think one wanted to wear a tuxedo, also.
I think her point is that the two girls doing this is no more "flaunting their homosexuality" than a male-female couple attending prom together (with the male in a tux) is "flaunting their heterosexuality".
If they are, they are, but it's permissible, it's socially sanctioned, our society smiles upon it; and the same-sex couple is no more and no less guilty of "flaunting" their sexual preferences than every other couple attending that dance.
They just want to have an ordinary experience that many teenagers have; attending a school dance with one's significant other.
Explain how they are 'flaunting" anything, any more than any other kid who dresses up and brings a date to that dance.
"God Bless Our Troops in Harms Way."
I personally don't mind straight people as long as they act gay in public.