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So, why was Louisiana teenager Claudettia Love in tears this weekend after being told she would not be allowed to wear a tuxedo to the prom?
Claudettia’s resume is impressive: She's a senior at Carroll High School with an all-star academic record and a full scholarship to attend Jackson State University after she graduates. 'Girls wear dresses and boys wear tuxes, and that's the way it is.'" Not only is that patently untrue—just ask recent dress code crusader Morgan Ball—but it's also unconstitutional.
She's also openly gay, which both she and her mother recently told their local newspaper , they think is the real root of the issue. The American Civil Liberties Union has an entire section of their website dedicated to a "prom guide," where it explains that they receive calls each year from students who are denied access to their proms because they wish to bring a same-sex date or who are, like Claudettia, told that they must adhere to rigid gender norms in their dress and appearance.
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