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    Indiana Students: No Gays at Prom

    NEWCASTLE, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 01:  Students perform dance routines to the song "Macarena" on the dancefloor at St James' Park on July 1, 2011 in Newcastle, United Kingdom. After months of preparation more than 200 final year students aged 15 to 16 from Cramlington Learning Village attended a leaver's prom at St James Park, Newcastle. The prom marks the end of GCSE examinations and the completion of their high school studies.  (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)

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    A group of several students, parents, and at least one teacher at Sullivan High School in Sullivan, Indiana, is lobbying for a “traditional prom” that would ban gay students from attending. Administrators at Sullivan High School are not in support of the movement, so the group is considering the possibility of a “separate but equal” prom at which no gays will be allowed. “We want to make the public see that we love the homosexuals, but we don’t think it’s right nor should it be accepted,” said student Bonnie McCammon. A countercampaign has been launched by those who believe prom should be enjoyed by all students, and one gay student spoke in support of the school, calling it very accepting of same-sex couples and gay students.

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