If he doesn't like the schools rules or teachings, then what the hell is he doing there?
Well, cause he has to. If he has the money on his own, he can move out and go to a public school. But I doubt that public school will allow him to bring his bf to the prom.
The 21 year old boyfriend should be arrested for being a sexual preditor of a minor.
My daughter is 17, it would be a race between my ex-wife and myself on who would be the first to maim the 21 year pervert that might try to seduce our daughter.
Now, what if his bf is 19? Is he the SEXUAL PREDITOR?
If you think people who are over 18 and living with a minor, than ALL THE PARENTS IN THIS WORLD
are the Preditors (it doesn't have to be sexual preditor)
Also, before you say the 21y/o guy is a 'pervert' and trying to seduce your daughter, why don't you ask your daughter "why do you want to fall in love with this pervert?" (And, of course, you'll hear the answer that you don't want to hear. You'll also trying to pursuade your daughter to leave the 'pervert')
17 and 21 are almost no difference (difference on thoughts though). If his 21y/o bf is a real sexual preditor, he should've gone to jail already.
When you look at today's society, you wouldn't be surprise to see girls who are 17 and have bf 18 or over. Are these 18y/o+ teens trying to seduce a 17 y/o? Hell, NO!
It's just that the age diference here is flat wrong.
So is it just because this boy is 17, so he's not allowed to get hook up with guys who are 18+? Will you still criticize the 21y/o bf as 'sexual preditor' if this boy is 18 or over?
Why do you take this boundary of whether this guy is 18y/o older or younger so seriously?
I guess you wouldn't criticize about the so-called "sexual preditor" if this guy didn't stands up and asking for his rights, eh?
I think you're just trying to switch the MAIN topic about this. This topic is mainly on bringing a bf to prom, and school say NO. It's not AGE issue.
Qantasforever, well said