Lesbian Couple Voted Prom King and Queen at Ohio HS

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An Ohio school district is in a heap of controversy after two girls were voted prom queen…and king.

Parents raised concerns about the prom court controversy and more at the Kings Local School District board meeting in April, WLWT reports.

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The moms of the 18-year-old lesbian couple, Annie Wise and Riley Loudermilk, say they’re proud of their daughters, but other parents are concerned.

“Sorry, but I believe that there are still two genders, a male and a female,” one parent said.

School officials say the decision to allow a female prom king was made by the student body.

“This is solely a Kings High School senior class nominated and voted-on initiative,” Dawn Goulding, the school district’s community relations coordinator, told the NBC affiliate.

But beyond that, parents raised concerns over the book “Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You” assigned in an English class.

“It’s been brought to my attention that at least one teacher who flies not only the BLM flag, but also a gay pride flag, refuses to fly the American flag,” one parent said.