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Tuesday, 23 March 2010

image for Lesbian scholar demands to wear her TUXEDO at the School "Proms" and Bob Dylan sung "The times they are (definetly) a changing!"
Girl Power at work in Mississippi, Lesbians demanding to wear their Tuxedo's at the school Proms!

Deep down in the "Bible Belt" of Mississippi a scandal is brewing regarding the School Proms.

A lesbian scholar is demanding that she either be allowed to wear a TUXEDO or that schools should introduce SAME-SEX PROMS.

Now this is really causing a stir "Down South" because Lesbians and Gays are still regarded as, ya know, pretty fucking weird and God's outcasts.

The Lesbian, Constance, is determined to wear her Tuxedo with her girlfriend dressed in a BALL-GOWN (she's lesbian too, why don't they both wear Tuxedo's?) and schools fear this could open up a "can of worms" in all schools all over the US.

Even the government has stepped in and Obama gave the following statement:

"I've got my Health Reform and now I'm going for my 'Prom Reform', of course Gay's should have their rights, as far I'm concerned Lesbo's can wear Tuxedo's, I love a kinky Lesbo dressed like a man, can't wait!"

A rigid Bible Belt Baptist, Rev. Jonathan Scheidenigger, also gave his tuppence worth:

"It's a sin, the Devils work and I don't give a shite about what Obama says, boys should be boys and girls Lesbians, a Priest needs a good wank too!"

One cannot stop progress and the days of hetros ruling the school Proms are over and Bob Dylan was proven right once again!

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