Teenage High School Lesbian Kicked Out Of Prom For Wearing Tuxedo
What was supposed to be a memorable night for Aniya Wolf became unforgettable at Bishop McDevitt High School’s prom when the fashion police came after the lesbian student for wearing a tuxedo.
The Harrisburg Catholic school said it sent its dress code to parents in February and a reminder in March.
“The dress code for the prom specified girls must wear formal dresses,” the school said in a statement. “It also stated that students who failed to follow the dress code would not be admitted.”
The school even reached out to Aniya’s mother, Carolyn Wolf, in attempts to talk her daughter out of a tuxedo and into a dress.
No dice. Aniya wasn’t going for it.
“I’ve always been like this, ever since I was little,” Aniya told ABC27. “I was always more masculine. You wouldn’t catch me playing with any Barbie dolls, I’ll tell you that right now.”
Dresses and ball gowns are just not her type of hype.
When she was there, the principal grabbed her arm and threatened to call the police if she didn’t leave, Aniya said.
“Sadly I was not admitted into the Prom,” she wrote on a Facebook post. “They can’t take my pride.”
She complied but raised frustrations that the school found her tuxedo offensive while girls wore revealing dresses that were ruled acceptable under the dress code.
Tiddays, ok. Tuxedos, not so much.
‘Merica, saving itself from the scary lesbians one prom at a time…
Image via ABC27
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