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Rumors, however, alleged the school district canceled due to a same-sex couple controversy that drew attention from the American Civil LibertiesUnion. Because of the increased pressureand liabilities and potential litigation, the school district is no longer sponsoring prom,Central Heights ISD Superintendent Gary Lee said in an off-camera interview. It will now be in the hands of parents to decide if they would like to plan something. If what the superintendent has said is correct, then former student Taylor Ries, now a Central Heights graduate, is receiving unwarranted accusations for being the reason the prom was canceled this year. Explicit social media posts blameher lifestyle for beingthe reason prom is not happening. Her story was picked up by the ACLU, and after five months of legal action, a letter to the school is said to be part of the reason prom is now canceled causing backlash among students via social media. Ever since the prom was canceled, people on social media have been very violent towards the LGBT community, saying this is your fault, why should we be punished for you sinning? Reis said. I respect their religious beliefs whole-heatedly, butI wish people would be a little more open-minded and kind. http://rileycampbellpost.universitypunjabi.org/2016/09/05/some-questions-for-selecting-critical-issues-in-vocationIt’s because of this, I am willing to fight for the justice that I think we deserve. Its a battle that began for Ries her senior year when she wanted to bring a fellow studentof the same-sex, to prom as her date. She was initially met with denial due to a policy in the prom handbook stating that couples could go stag or bring a date of the opposite-sex. I went to sign up, and they said, ‘No you cant sign up with her,’ and I said, ‘Why?’ And they said, ‘Oh its because she is a girl,’ Reis said. Thats when I went to the principal and asked, Is this real?
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