Gay Prom?Posted by: bfochtman14
So I am a high school senior and I am gay. I live in a very, very rural area and me and my boyfriend have been dating for about 2 months. I really want to go to prom with him but everyone is concerned that it might cause problems.. So do you think I should go or maybe just not?
Heck yeah! If anyone has a problem with who you like, that's there problem, not yours. Don't let other peoples' bigotry stop you from enjoying yourself.
Let it go, let it go Can’t hold it back anymore Let it go, let it go Turn away and slam the door I don’t care What they’re going to say Let the storm rage on, The cold never bothered me anyway
Not sure what part of the country you live in, but I'm going to say yes. In any part, you definitely have the right to, but depending on where you live, I can understand having concerns about going.
they have freedom and its they body
tell anyone who looks at you weird to screw themselves...
I'm gay, and I will always regret that I went to prom as a friend with a girl, instead of going with the guy I wanted to go with. If you're out, then I'd say go with your boyfriend. If you're still closeted, the issue is more complex, but if you want to talk, you can always PM me...
Do it. If people never broke the socially accepted mores & folkways, and did socially rejected things, we'd still have interracial couples afraid to go to prom together. Don't be concerned about them being mad, it isn't your problem; it's theirs.
Don't let bigotry and intolerance make you do something you might regret.
sounds like fun
I would say go for it. My prom was like a decade ago in a conservative city and one of my gay friends went with his partner and had a fabulous time. As long as you feel safe from physical harm, I would try to not let stigma hold you back from getting dressed up and enjoying yourself with someone you care about.
Hmmm....well, everyone is same as you. Unless they're lying.
Because if you go, and there's a Russian there, there there will be a lot of problems.
Girls Choose Guys =0