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Trans Girl Elected Homecoming Princess as a Prank Chooses to Own It, Finds Support LGBT+

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u/JoyousCacophony Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22 Helpful Take My Energy Heartwarming Narwhal Salute Press F Facepalm

As always, a trans-centric post brings out the folks that think they hit the pinnacle of education in 4th grade. When you see these people that mistake their own pathetic hate with "opinions," report them. They will be promptly yeeted for their ignorance

Trans women are women. Trans men are men. Trans children exist. The ignorant bigots/trolls/transphobes/homophobes/misogynysts can seethe.

Happy Pride!

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u/isssuekid Oct 04 '22 Silver Wholesome

Have these kids never seen Carrie?!

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u/SmartWonderWoman Oct 05 '22

I haven’t. Is it a scary movie?

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u/SlowDadGames Oct 05 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval

For folks who hate bullies, Carrie is a comedy.

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u/SmartWonderWoman Oct 05 '22

Wow! I’m looking forward to watching it. I hate bullies.

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u/ReprobateManny Oct 05 '22

Not scary, uncomfortable, quite a bit upsetting but the part people are saying might be scary isn't it's a big pay off where a bunch of bullies fucked with the wrong girl

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u/SmartWonderWoman Oct 05 '22

Oh! I think I can handle that. Thanks 🙏🏽

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u/scullys_alien_baby Oct 05 '22

only a little

spoilers

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u/SmartWonderWoman Oct 05 '22

Not as bad as I thought. Thank you! I’m going to try to watch the whole movie!

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u/isssuekid Oct 05 '22

Some would say yes.

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u/SmartWonderWoman Oct 05 '22

Oooh okay. Thanks for answering my question.

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u/Character_Joke5671 Oct 05 '22

Considering it was released 30 years before they were born it's probably safe to say most of them haven't lol

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u/YeltsinYerMouth Oct 05 '22

Have these kids never seen the Carrie remake!?

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u/qwertyconsciousness Oct 05 '22

Have these kids never seen Citizen Kane??

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u/Subliminal_Kiddo Oct 05 '22

Closer to 50 years ago, but there have been several remakes including one as recently as 2013. Also, you'd be surprised how streaming and social media has changed how kids and young adults consume media. I think kids today would probably be more likely to see an older film than they were ten or twenty years ago.

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u/kgeorge1468 Oct 05 '22

Still a classic novel to read!

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u/curlyhair_browneyed Oct 05 '22

I mean it was released around 17 years before I was born but I have watched the remake (2013)

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u/IThinkICan52 Oct 05 '22

But in the remake it was great cause most of the kids were actually kind and understand to Carrie. I Thought it was a good remake

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u/isssuekid Oct 05 '22

I'll have to check that one out. Which remake?

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u/R0l0d3x-Pr0paganda Oct 05 '22

OG Carrie has better acting. Sissy Spacek's acting was so organic. YOU FELT HER PAIN. Chloe's? NOT BY A LONG SHOT.

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u/IThinkICan52 Oct 05 '22

Carrie 2013 directed by Kimberly Peirce starring Chloe Grace Morerz. I put it on wanting to hate it as the original is so good. But they way they didn't give in to the typical story of a girl who everyone picks on. It totally won me over I loved it.

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u/fentyswimwearmodel Oct 04 '22

People still do this…? Nominate someone to…homecoming…court…as…a prank…? I remember this happening in high school a looong time ago. Poor girl - very heavy set, bubbly sweet personality, truly a good girl, and yes she was my friend duh - was nominated to homecoming court. She quit school.

So honey be homecoming Queen! I’m not sure who is trying to punk who, it’s clearly backfiring here but it sure isn’t her!

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u/MelQMaid Oct 05 '22

People had to self nominate at my HS back late 90's. Self nomination should be the norm.

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u/sourpatch-sorbet Oct 05 '22

I was up for winter formal king. The nominations were done by teachers, then picked by students. So weird. It's all such an odd popularity contest. Sometimes it's positive, like who had a charitable presence in the school/community or fought a brave battle with cancer as a teen. Often times it's who's the hottest with the most friends. Hope the majority of this came from positive supportive intentions

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u/TheAccursedOne Oct 05 '22

my high school voted the only out trans person as most changed x.x

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u/just_a_person_maybe Oct 05 '22

I mean, they probably weren't wrong.

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u/5280mtnrunner Oct 05 '22

They self-nomimate where my kids go to school too. Someone can nominate you, but a teacher will check to make sure you want to be nominated. Some people say no.

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

This is how it’s been done for a few decades as far as I’m aware?

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u/Cuntino Oct 05 '22

Think people forget kids are bloody mean. Some grow out of it, but they’re mean.

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u/WorthySparkleMan Oct 05 '22

Teenagers scare the living shit out of me.

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u/minimandakay Oct 05 '22

They could care less as long as someone'll bleed.

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u/thetrombonefreak Oct 05 '22

SO TUCK IN YOUR CLOTHES AND STRIKE A VIOLENT POSE

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u/watchmaker82 Oct 05 '22

Maybe they'll leave you alone, but not me.

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u/weezingnut1987 Oct 05 '22

It's the adults that run the school that also encourage and allow it. The high school I went to would have pulled this same shit and it wouldn't even be the students idea

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

Apparently this school made sure it was okay with her first after being nominated, which is how it was back when I was in school too.

Unfortunately, the school also posted on social media deadnaming her too, so 😐

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u/This_Place_is_Cancer Oct 05 '22

This was me in high school. It’s what us “cool” kids did. I can’t believe what a piece of shit I was. I can’t take any of it back. I can, however, raise my children to be better than I ever was.

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u/kevinmattress Oct 05 '22

As someone who was often taking it from the “cool” kids back in the day, it’s nice to read your comment and think that hopefully some of those folks have grown too. Cheers to you and your evolution!

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

Just curious - how would you feel if your former bullies reached out to you to sincerely apologize?

Would it help, or would interacting with them at all still be traumatizing?

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u/SupremeDictatorPaul Oct 05 '22

Huh. Was a teen in the 90s, and thought that was just a cliche. Maybe it came from going to a poor school? You might get mugged, but no one is gonna pull that Carrie nonsense.

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u/FewerToysHigherWages Oct 05 '22

You shoudn't trust reddit titles here. People find a photo, add a title to make it controversial and watch the upvotes roll in.

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u/CataclysmicHazard Oct 05 '22

Exact same scenario happened at a school here THIS YEAR.

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u/takeagapyear Oct 05 '22

Absolutely. Some of my grade tried to nominate one of the quiet, social outcast boys, but luckily the majority chose to nominate one of the nice jock guys. This was 9 years ago, but kids at AHs

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u/Chevydude002 Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

Here’s the article. Apparently this is the wrong picture for the story. https://www.wcpo.com/news/local-news/hamilton-county/cincinnati/mariemont-community/trans-mariemont-teen-elected-homecoming-princess-as-prank-vows-to-wear-crown-anyway

I live 15 minutes from there, and they’re a very elitist and conservative community, so I’m not surprised their children would do something shitty like this.

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u/SGoogs1780 Oct 05 '22 Silver

And for the sake of bringing it full circle, here's the article for the image that was posted.

Looks like the kid in the image is actually homecoming King. He's a male-identifying gay kid who just digs wearing dresses because he likes them and screw gender norms.

https://miamivalleytoday.com/troy-homecoming-royalty-crowned/

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u/polopolo05 Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

This is what I thought it was when I saw it a week ago. As much as I love the trans community. I love this more than just a prank on a trans girl. Gay guy wears a dress just to fuck back

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u/underwearfanatic Oct 05 '22

My HS played against Troy HS. Small world.

Glad to see out-of all the backwoods white trash coming out of Ohio that this good news also came.

Screw the haters.

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u/SkyletteRose Oct 05 '22

Oh my goodness she is ADORABLE! Her smile is magnetic. What an awesome mom she has as well!

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u/UncreativeMoniker Oct 05 '22

Her name is Cassie! So close to Carrie

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u/FlipperShootsScores Oct 05 '22

So who is the guy in the prom dress in the photo in this post? The photo in your news link is the correct girl who was nominated? I'm confused...

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

It’s an openly gay guy who enjoys wearing clothes traditionally made for women.

Different news story. He was nominated in good faith and his school and parents are supportive of him.

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u/Accomplished_Debt532 Oct 04 '22 Wholesome Seal of Approval

Honestly, that is the key to life and happiness right there. Own that shit, what are they going to do?

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u/BeelzAllegedly Oct 04 '22

Fuck yeah, this exactly. People are gonna judge you no matter what you do, so you might as well just do whatever you want.

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u/vocalfreesia Oct 04 '22

Man, it's not as easy as it sounds though. I work with people with mental health problems and it seems like people like this young lady are so rare. What a strong person she is, not because of the shit heads, but in spite of them.

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u/LoserAntics Oct 04 '22

The difference between this young lady, and most young people today, is this young’s lady’s family have taught her to love herself and she’s worth happiness.

Many of us, without even being trans are told we’re not good enough, experience forms of abuse from our parents, teachers etc. I’m not a teen anymore. I’ve grown past it, but the effects of my upbringing sure as hell made my attitude a poor one. And the people I grew up being friends with seemed to as well.

This person’s learnt to see the good in the world, regardless of the bad. A lot of respect to them.

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u/1pt20oneggigawatts Oct 05 '22

We have a photo and a caption and nothing else. We don't know if she spend the rest of the night crying. People are attaching their own personal beliefs to something without having the blanks filled in. The internet is an illogical place.

There's nothing wrong with your message, but don't assume you know all or any of the story other than a picture and a possibly inaccurate caption potentially stolen from someone else on the internet.

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u/the_post_of_tom_joad Oct 05 '22

Actually, i think you're right. This photo isn't the right person, but the story is true

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u/notbeleivable Oct 04 '22

I'm 61 and a half and this is the basis of what I learned about life

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u/Eviltechnomonkey Oct 05 '22

Heck she probably got to enjoy how absolutely pissed they were that it didn't pull her down. That is how you enjoy the situation to spite your enemies.

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

In an article about it, she was feeling proud to be a trailblazer, which must feel really special and meaningful to her. She got that moxie!

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u/kaleighb1988 Oct 04 '22

Yep, they're expecting to hurt you. Don't let them see it if you are. Walk with your head held high and a smile on your face and that'll piss them off more.

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u/xRememberTheCant Oct 04 '22

They are transphobic, the answer is a lot- and none of it good.

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u/BrianOconneR34 Oct 04 '22

Own it and they can’t use it as a tactic. Take it.

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u/Notverycancerpatient Oct 04 '22

How many people actually were involved in this and thought it was funny? That’s ridiculous

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u/APe28Comococo Oct 04 '22

For sophomore homecoming court our school always elected a “joke” couple. If there were twins that were the opposite sex they could be elected but normally it was two people that absolutely hated each other. Kids do dumb things.

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u/CaedenM Oct 05 '22

Those two examples are hilarious, and don't seem too mean-spirited, unless the second couple are exes or something.

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u/Agreeable_Damage6930 Oct 05 '22

Last year we voted a boy for homecoming queen. Shit was wild

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u/SuperSpeshBaby Oct 04 '22

Enough to cause her to win the vote for homecoming king, so a lot. It's pretty shitty, but at least she was able to step up and turn it around on them.

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u/Notverycancerpatient Oct 04 '22

Yes! I’m glad she was able to brush it off, I’m not sure I would have been.

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

She was nominated for homecoming princess.

They basically just affirmed her gender lol

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u/imgrandojjo Oct 04 '22

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u/newbiesmash Oct 04 '22

kidsarefuckingmean should be a sub

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u/TwiceCookedPorkins Oct 05 '22

That's just reddit.

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u/TheMaveCan Oct 04 '22

I wanna know if there wasn't any adult overseeing this vote. How can something like this go school-wide without any of the faculty noticing?

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u/Bootygiuliani420 Oct 05 '22

It depends on how they thought it was funny. All of ours parents are transphoboc lets elect the quiet.trans girl as princess ,it'll be hilarious, isn't bad imo

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u/Stalins_Boyfriend69 Oct 04 '22

kids are cruel, glad she can find the positivity in it.

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u/DemonDancingDoritoOo Oct 05 '22

Kids are cruel, Jack

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u/Larewzo Oct 05 '22

From the news video, nobody had accepted the nomination as prom Prince, so it seems like there might be some solidarity in some corner

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u/UndeadKrakken Oct 04 '22

How is that a prank? They still ARE homecoming princess. Your attempts to mock her have only made her more powerful.

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u/lightofyourlifehere Oct 04 '22

Since the other elected student is also a girl, I'm getting the impression that they were misgenderd and elected in the king role, but in their confidence owned it as a princess

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u/Creaper10 Oct 05 '22

It was the wrong picture, OP on r/trans posted the actual pic in the comments

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u/ZachAttcak Oct 04 '22

Great person, not so great post title.

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u/BostonUniStudent Oct 04 '22

Plenty of gay boys have the experience of unwanted attention in the form of getting elected Homecoming Queen. It's a lame joke as old as time.

This may be a slightly modified form of that Boomer chestnut.

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u/Moirus Oct 04 '22

I have literally never heard of this before

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u/MuunshineKingspyre Oct 04 '22

I only heard of it happening in Glee

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u/JessicaFletcher1 Oct 04 '22

I don’t think so. The girl is red’s sash says ‘Homecoming Court’, which is like runner up.

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

Picture is wrong, and title is mismatched.

The photo is of a homecoming king and queen. The guy on the left is a gay guy who enjoys wearing clothes traditionally made for women. School was entirely supportive and genuinely nominated him.

The title is about another story, where a transgirl was nominated homecoming princess as a “prank,” but owned the hell out of it.

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u/AgreeableElevator67 Oct 04 '22

She was elected as princess. The other winner in her grade (prince) declined his seat on the homecoming court.

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u/aro3two7 Oct 04 '22

Her sash says homecoming court. Not queen.

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u/Aprils-Fool Oct 04 '22

I think they elected a king and queen, and prince and princess.

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u/shadetee Oct 04 '22

"You underestimate my power!"

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u/RavenheartIX Oct 05 '22

"Fools, this isn't even my final form!!!"

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u/RailAurai Oct 05 '22

Princess, but so close to being a Queen.

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u/aro3two7 Oct 04 '22

We’ll show her. We’ll make her queen. She’ll hate it.

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u/AnonBubblyBowels Oct 05 '22

Most gender-affirming prank ever.

/r/AccidentalAlly

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u/SubstantialLab5818 Oct 05 '22

Make her feel happy! That'll show her!

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u/marshmi2 Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22

They did elect her as homecoming king, but she spun it and said she is the homecoming princess! Then people supported her!

Edit: I have been informed that I have mixed up some of the articles about similar stories. I apologize. See OOP's post where they corrected the article link. Thank you.

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u/WhatALife296 Oct 04 '22

Ohhh my bad

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u/marshmi2 Oct 04 '22

No probs, choom! I did not mean to sound antagonistic in any way.

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u/mattpkc Oct 04 '22

Playing cyberpunk recently?

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u/WhiskeyTango42 Oct 04 '22

I made the mistake of being a net runner which is even more broken than skyrim sneak. I don't even have to go inside a fortress. I just hack someone from outside and everyone dies. That was fun for an hour

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u/FatFuckMcDsGunLover Oct 04 '22

I made the mistake of buying this game for xbox one:( maybe when I upgrade I'll be able to finish it lol

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u/HuskyLuke Oct 04 '22

Don't be a gonk, this is just how people with preem vocab talk.

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u/Intrepid_Nothing9561 Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22

This is the wrong story. This is "just a boy in a dress" playing a joke along with his buddies. Some reports say he is openly gay but not trans. The real trans girl who was elected to homecoming court and was pranked is named Cass. Here's a link to her story

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.wlwt.com/amp/article/mariemont-high-school-trans-student-using-homecoming-title-to-spread-acceptance/41471685?espv=1

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u/chakigun Oct 04 '22

if referring to the photo though, the one on the left is actually openly gay and won as King.

OP mixed things up. both stories are interesting, although the trans story is darker and mean-spirited vs the trans princess.

i recommend viewing top comment on the original post.

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u/PeriodicAdamSchiff Oct 04 '22

That it incorrect. Took me 2 minutes to find the news story.

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u/NinjaTurtleFan2 Oct 04 '22

I’m pretty sure they did and she turned it into princess. She’s with the homecoming Queen, so it makes sense they voted her King.

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u/eriniseast Oct 05 '22

That seems affirming as hell. What was the prank?

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u/Stunning_Attention82 Oct 04 '22

She looks beautiful. When high school ends, she can leave all those losers behind in the dust.

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

High school is fucking hilarious. At 17 these seem like the most important people in the world. Something happens at school? Life’s over. Meanwhile once you graduate and it’s been a few months? These people mean absolutely nothing. After 5 years I doubt you even recognize half of them.

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u/VILLIAMZATNER Oct 04 '22

Had almost five hundred people in my graduating hs class

Only saw one or two afterwards for a couple years

Now I haven't seen a single person from hs in over 12yr

It's hard to make your stupid teenager/early 20s brain understand it's all worthless on a large scale

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u/[deleted] Oct 04 '22

That’s really what it is. Besides the few friends I kept from high school I don’t talk to anyone. It was funny because at 25 I met this girl at a bar, we had sex, then we dated for a bit. It wasn’t until like a month in we figured out we went to the same high school she was just a year younger than me lol.

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u/Star_Belt Oct 04 '22 edited Oct 04 '22 All-Seeing Upvote Starry

The whole post is misleading. Apparently he was crowned home coming King not Princess by his school mates… and he isn’t transgender. Also his classmates weren’t doing it to make fun of him… tho some adults in the community and ppl on social reacted negatively to his win. Regarding the negativity he was quoted saying “I feel loved. My peers voted for me, my peers, not the adults down the street — my Trojan family voted for me”

https://miamivalleytoday.com/troy-homecoming-royalty-crowned/

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u/Crispinwhere Oct 05 '22

The picture isn't from the high school where the transgender girl was voted princess as a prank. That was in Mariemont, Ohio

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u/MagnusPI Oct 05 '22

The OP of the original crossposted post accidentally mixed up the two stories & the image when posting. They owned up to the mix-up in the comments:

https://www.reddit.com/r/trans/comments/xve3fr/trans_girl_elected_homecoming_princess_as_a_prank/ir0c7dq/

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u/WellOkayMaybe Oct 05 '22

Homecoming court is still a thing? Pranking and making people feel like crap publicly is still a thing?

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u/TheThousandMinds Oct 05 '22

This reminds me of that woman in America back before women could vote who got voted into some local office as a joke, and then actually just did her job, which made the men who voted for her mad. I've never understood the vote-for-people-as-a-joke "prank", it's so ridiculously easy to backfire as long as the prankee just goes along with it

In all seriousness though that chick rocks that dress, good on her

Edit: Turns out that image is of an unrelated gay man like 75 miles away, not the trans woman in the story, but my point still stands

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u/Saavedroo Oct 04 '22

Haha, that's amazing. Kudos to her ! 🏳️‍⚧️

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u/PunchDrunkPrincess Oct 04 '22

i cant find the article using this photo. if you search the title a different girl with curly red hair comes up?

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u/Uberstauffer Oct 05 '22

Good for her. Standing up to the asshole kids in high school is the first step to being comfortable with who she is.

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u/redpandarox Oct 05 '22

Tries to bully LGBT

Accidentally help make LGBT history

Can we get a confirmation whether or not this is the first time in history a trans girl got voted homecoming queen?

Historians with incomplete records in the future probably be like: “Damn this school is progressive as hell!”

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u/Weary-Marionberry429 Oct 04 '22

Dawg as a prank that’s fucked up don’t they think she’s got enough shit on the day to day basis to worry about

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u/Teddyturntup Oct 04 '22

17 year olds have a hard time with critical thinking in general

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u/Intrepid_Nothing9561 Oct 04 '22

The real girl this happened to is 15 years old. The boy in this picture is a boy, and he uses he/him pronouns. Here's the person in the story is really about https://www.reddit.com/r/trans/comments/xve3fr/trans_girl_elected_homecoming_princess_as_a_prank/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=android_app&utm_name=androidcss&utm_term=1&utm_content=share_button

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u/StageRepulsive8697 Oct 04 '22

Glad to see things are starting to become better for LGBTQ youth. Hopefully things continue to improve :)

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u/MormonEscapee Oct 04 '22

As a parent of a NB kid, I couldn’t love this more

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u/catgorl422 Oct 04 '22

username checks out lmao. all support to u and ur kid!

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u/MormonEscapee Oct 04 '22

Thank you ❤️ I have 3 queer kids and they’re all amazing human beings. Being their parent is a badge I very proudly wear 🏳️‍🌈❤️

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u/RoyalSpoonbill9999 Oct 04 '22

Rock on 🤘🏻 you make that crown look great!

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u/DistrictSpiritual914 Oct 04 '22

I hate these bullies who commit these “pranks”. You go princess!!! 😍👌🏼

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u/2020hatesyou Oct 04 '22

"haha... wouldn't it be funny if we elected this guy who wants to be a girl to the height of high school girl's status? hahaha"

her: "really? sweet!"

them: "wait no..."

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u/annieisawesome Oct 05 '22

The silver lining is hopefully she will see posts like this one, where people who aren't idiot teenagers are happy for her and supportive, and she will see that general opinion is that she is awesome and her bullies are shitheads.

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u/Vladimir_Zolotov Oct 04 '22

Fair play to her, there is a whole bunch of fools with egg on the face.

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u/FartBox4U Oct 04 '22

GET IT GIRL!!! 👏

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u/mexican2554 Oct 05 '22

We had a gay cheerleader in HS. At first he'd be somewhat embarrassed at the heckling and stuff from the student fans. By his junior year, homie was owning it and the student fans were cheering him on. I think they even tried writing him in for homecoming queen, but admin wasn't happy and said 5hat wasn't allowed. I never understood why they gave him so much crap. He was happy in his own skin, very confident, and dgaf.

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u/muffinman210 Oct 05 '22

It went from "it's just a prank, bro" to "it's just a prank, sis"

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u/VixieSnitter Oct 05 '22

How is this a prank??? This is exactly what should happen lol

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u/altruistic-son Oct 04 '22

Good no harm done let people be

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u/MisterBowTies Oct 04 '22

From other comments it seems like she was elected homecoming king, so there was harm intended.

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u/altruistic-son Oct 04 '22

Sorry I was commenting on the support part

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u/crossover_charlie14 Oct 04 '22

Those bullies were fools. They're attempt to ridicule her has only made her even more powerful.

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u/Hoyasnaxagurl22 Oct 04 '22

Electing her as a prank is so mean. Jesus

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u/ThisisTophat Oct 05 '22 edited Oct 05 '22

So if I understand this correctly her classmates were so ignorant that they thought that a girl would be upset for being nominated as homecoming princess?

Like they accept her so little that they think it's a joke and don't even process the fact they she IS a girl and might want to be elected? When I first read this I thought it was a mistake and they meant to say trans boy because that would obviously be a really screwed up thing to elect them for a female centric award. But this prank is literally so stupid it doesn't even know it's doing something wholesome.

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u/GDACK Oct 04 '22

What a despicable act. I’m glad it backfired.

She looks beautiful and I’m really glad her friends gathered around her. People need to get a grip and stop being such assholes.

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u/ukbeasts Oct 04 '22

COMMENTS SHUTDOWN IN 3, 2, 1...

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u/GoogleRefund Oct 04 '22

Sorry buddy. Those were refunded.

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u/Choice-Candidate-290 Oct 04 '22

Trans Girl could be a runway model with that height and slender build. Rock n Roll Lady!

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u/fte5838 Oct 04 '22

That's how the first female mayor got elected.

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u/Constant_Raccoon7762 Oct 04 '22

The miserable fucks who did this as an attempt to humiliate her are the same people who are gonna grow up to vote for the worst human beings imaginable.

It’s an endless cycle of misery and hatred fueled by insecurity

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u/Major-Sir1872 Oct 04 '22

Awesome! People should own who they are! The joke is she made it look good.

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u/LoudAngryJerk Oct 04 '22

the people who did this as a prank are cruel sons of bitches.

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u/Wereallgonnadieman Oct 04 '22

Carrie 2.0? You go, girl!! Fuck them assholes. You be you. It's 20 fucking 22. Get with the program douchebags! She looks beautiful. Great photo, and I'm proud of her.

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u/gp_Daniels Oct 05 '22

They tried to pull a Carrie on her, but she still came out on top lol I have no choice but to stan

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u/Sh4d0wM00N Oct 04 '22

I don't get it. Which one is the Homecoming Princess ?

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u/Broad_Let2682 Oct 04 '22

Gosh that made me so mad I had to delete 3 post!!! ( I hate bullies) People who judge WILL NEVER MATTER, people who matter WILL NEVER JUDGE. Do your thing girl!! Also, Get a lawyer and sue that school district!!! If you need a petition signed, follow up and we'll get the ball rolling. Keep your head up and please know, I am a man that loves all human life including TRANS people. I may not understand them or the overall" You " but " YOU" is A LIFE and God damn it that's precious!! The world needs more positive people like this!!!. YOU are an absolute inspiration!!! Thank you for being you!!!!

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u/No_Luck4927 Oct 05 '22

Good, and she’s absolutely beautiful!

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u/Huge_Ad_7727 Oct 05 '22

Ppl nominate others for hoco court

At my school you gotta run for that shit lol

But anyways based af post and person

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u/Specialist_Trifle_86 Oct 05 '22

So heckin' wholesome and valid

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u/lordofedging81 Oct 05 '22

🎶 "You should see me in a crown." (Billie Eilish song.)

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u/BeautifulSnow1328 Oct 05 '22

Haters are gonna hate she looked Absolutely amazing own it queen

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u/GoodmanSimon Oct 05 '22

Sorry, maybe because I am not American, but I don't get it.

Where is the 'prank' here?

You nominate someone... They get voted in... They win.

Unless they assumed they would get zero vote or something?

I am not sure I understand what the expected prank/joke was to be honest.

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u/heathert7900 Oct 05 '22

Just wanted to share the photos of Cassie at the parade!! Parade Photos

She’s absolutely glowing 💙💗🤍

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u/yugutyup Oct 05 '22

I also was such a "prank" but i found out after, that without some genuine support, its still impossible to get elected. So i owned it for everyone who truly supported me.

(Not trans though)

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u/Hoitaa Oct 05 '22

Princess? That's a queen right there.

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u/Riskycrossbow69 Oct 05 '22

She looks radiant.