The Reunion for This High School is Gonna be Interesting

Jesus:

To avoid Constance McMillen bringing a female date to her prom, the
teen was sent to a “fake prom” while the rest of her class partied at a
secret location at an event organized by parents.

McMillen tellsThe Advocate
that a parent-organized prom happened behind her back — she and her
date were sent to a Friday night event at a country club in Fulton,
Miss., that attracted only five other students. Her school principal
and teachers served as chaperones, but clearly there wasn’t much to
keep an eye on.

“They had two proms and I was only invited to one of them,” McMillen says. “The
one that I went to had seven people there, and everyone went to the other one I
wasn’t invited to.”

Last week McMillen asked one
of the students organizing the prom for details about the event, and
was directed to the country club. “It hurts my feelings,” McMillen says.

Two students with learning difficulties were among the seven people at the country club event, McMillen recalls.

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10 thoughts on “The Reunion for This High School is Gonna be Interesting

  1. Jude says:

    Seven, huh?
    Presuming that the girl’s story is true, it just shows that the people who are trying to be all SuperJeebus are total fucking morons.
    Seven is a sacred number for Christians, right? Seven sacraments, seven gifts of the holy spirit, seven virtues, seven days of Passover, seven last words of Jesus, seven acts of corporal and spiritual mercy, and, you know, those seven days of creation.
    Yeah, there are seven deadly sins, too, but there are a lot more positive things associated with seven.
    Now, if they’d only had six people at the other prom, that would’ve made more of their twisted version of sense.
    These idiots can’t even get discrimination right.

  2. k says:

    http://www.topix.com/city/fulton-ms
    News source about Fulton, MS. Looks like she won a scholarship.

  3. MapleStreet says:

    What strikes me is the total, unbelievable cruelty.
    Did they think she wouldn’t notice?

  4. pansypoo says:

    god, she must be a scary lesbian.
    idiots.

  5. Elspeth Ravenwind says:

    The reunion of the snots (even if it was driven by the parents, the kids could have bolted) – will be utterly boring and pathetic – all of those small minds and interrelated bloodlines…ugh!

  6. paul says:

    The lesbian and the students with learning difficulties. May they rot in purgatory.

  7. hoppy says:

    Let us all give a prayer of thanks to God for protecting the innocent minds of so many of those students from the permanent damage that would have been done had any of them been forced to see two girls dancing together. If that had been permitted to happen those other students might have been so traumatized they would become bigots.

  8. Doc says:

    Let us all give a prayer of thanks to God for protecting the innocent minds of so many of those students from the permanent damage that would have been done had any of them been forced to see two girls dancing together.
    Or the retarded kids doing retarded things… Let’s not forget about that! We wouldn’t want our kids seeing that! Holy crap, can you imagine if they saw the same kids they see on a daily basis in a completely different environment? My GOD, they might never recover.

  9. MapleStreet says:

    The more I think about it, were the learning disabled students there as a result of being misled by the organizers of the “real” prom? If so, could that be used as the basis of a lawsuit of discrimination against the handicaped?
    I realize that this was a prom run by the parents and fellow students. But I find it hard to believe they did this totally off the school “dime”.

  10. The Other Sarah says:

    MapleStreet:
    the school principal went to the one with the learning-disabled kids and the one lesbian and her girlfriend.
    Now, if the school principal did that intending that to be the ‘real’ prom, fine.
    If the school principal did that to give cover to the ‘parental organization’ doing the bigoted prime, notsomuch.
    Apparently some ruses / cancellations of “private” events were involved in keeping McMillan and the differently-abled kids away (let’s not call the kids with learning disabilities retarded, ’cause it’s actually the bigots and their parents who have that problem).

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