Lesbian Couple Accuses School of Discrimination Over Prom Ballot Exclusion
With prom season in full swing, it should be no surprise that leftism is rearing its rainbow-colored, half-shaved, half curled head to poop on the party. Case in point. These lesbians wanted those crowns something fierce, but they didn't make the ballot.
Guess why they think this happened:
A lesbian couple in Texas are claiming they were discriminated against because they — two female students — failed to secure enough votes to be crowned queen and king of their high school prom.
Shenta Knox and Sam Washburn ran for prom queen and king, respectively, at Morton Ranch High School in Katy, according to KPRC-TV, but ultimately didn't win the coveted titles despite the support they believed they had from their fellow classmates.
"The support they believed they had from their fellow classmates." Aw, high school. Remember how you always thought you were more popular than you actually were? Or maybe this only afflicted the overly-conceited airheads actually concerned about popularity. Yeah, that has to be it.
The school district told the students Friday there are three criteria to qualify for the queen and king titles: The students need to win the greatest number of votes, maintain good grades, and have no disciplinary issues on their record.
Yeah, somebody told these lady lovers no, so it must be on account of their lesbianity. It couldn't have been their popularity. It couldn't have been their united girl power. It had to be their preferences for taco over sausage. After all, who would ever dare deny an LGBTLMNOP person their every desire.
Problem is the two chicas have a detention between them for breaking the school rules. They were denied the prom crowns not because they haven't Chris Hemsworth posters in their rooms, but because they ditched school. Minor detail.
Plenty of straight couples failed to make the prom cut too. The winners are usually a guy named Blake who plays lacrosse and his spray-tanned cheerleader girlfriend, Tiffany. Yet, I don't see Chester, president of the AV Club, running off to alert the media of the "injustice" of him not winning.
It seems like everyone always jumps straight to "everybody hates me because I'm (insert minority status here)." These gals didn't meet the school's criteria, plain and simple. Though, in their defense, sometimes people do treat gays different than straights.
Just not the way you'd think: