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Ries told The Daily Beast that the Lavender Prom in east Texas is important because “it brings the issue to light” and “not a lot of people realize this is happening in small schools.”She added that she is indeed planning to attend the Lavender Prom on May 20.“I’m still 18 so prom’s still cool, right?
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No catch, no gimmicks, find a single girl here for free right now.According to the 2015 National School Climate Survey, prepared by the LGBT education organization GLSEN, over 15 percent of their 10,000-plus respondents said they ‘were prevented from attending a dance or function with someone of the same gender.” That’s often the result of local school policies like the one that used to be on the books in the Central Heights Independent School District.The district superintendent told KTRE last September that the policy Ries disputed “was in the handbook, and that was the policy at the time” but added that “that handbook is irrelevant” now that the prom has been cancelled.But in more general terms, Saldivar articulated the ACLU of Texas position on policies that prevent students from bringing same-sex dates to school dances—namely that they violate the right to free expression in the First Amendment as well as the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.“It is, for us, a pretty straightforward issue,” he said.“You’re not allowed to discriminate against same-sex couples by denying them the right to go to prom when you allow it for other students.”But because there are still scattered school districts that do discriminate, informal “lavender proms” have become a trend in recent years—even for senior citizens who didn’t get to go to their proms with same-sex dates when they were growing up.