Prom season can be nerve-wracking for many reasons: finding a date, finding the right tuxedo or dress, negotiating a reasonable curfew. In Louisiana, school officials told start student Claudetteia Love, who identifies as lesbian, that she couldn’t go if she insisted on wearing a tuxedo. Friends rallied to boycott the prom, and her family turned to the National Center for Lesbian Rights for help. The Center’s Asaf Orr, joins us to discuss the unexpectedly happy ending to this story.

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