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Should There Be A Male Prom Queen?

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A Texas boy wants to be prom queen.  The problem is that he is a boy.

Coy Villasenor is an openly-gay Kyle, Texas, high school student who wants to run for prom queen.  School officials originally okay-ed the idea.

However, the school reneged the day before the vote.  Now he’s filing a grievance.

Villasenor says he associates himself as being feminine, not masculine, noting he wears makeup and tight pants.

But does acting feminine mean he should be treated like a girl?  And is the school wrong for reneging on letting Villasenor run for queen?  Let us know what you think below!

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