I would say that if the school refuses to willingly reimburse the young lady for her expenses to attend the prom then legal options should be fielded.
Yea... By chance, would any of you be interested in buying some swamp land in Florida? I know a guy who can get you a great deal.
"Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her." -- G.K. Chesterton
No brick house there. In fact, she has a tummy. Adorable.
Second, your Progressive Secular Humanist bit doesn't get the story right. The chaperoning dads, according to the one woman who had a problem with her and wouldn't let it go, had complained that her dancing was too provocative and might cause impure thoughts in the boys.
Here's the link to the girl's sister's blog, and this turgid tale makes for very boring reading, BTW, except for the title, which is "F-Bomb the Patriarchy" () : http://www.hannahettinger.com/****-t...post-by-clare/
Her dancing, NOT her dress. And how it may have affected the boys, NOT the dads.A 17-year-old girl said she was kicked out of her prom because some of the dads chaperoning the event for home-schooled teens thought her dancing would give the boys "impure thoughts."
Different perspective. Not a lie. Why is this so important to you, pray tell?