Here we go again. Another teenager makin' waves by trying to break the dress code rules. 

An article in Slate.com reports that Aniya Wolf, a female student, wore a tuxedo to prom at Bishop McDevitt High School in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania recently and was immediately thrown out. The school's rule stated that girls must wear formal dresses. If the rule was not followed then the student would not be admitted.

Wolf told WHTM-TV that the school made her feel like "a mistake" and also threatened to call the police if she didn't leave. Wolf, who's a lesbian, has worn shirts and pants to school for the three years she's been a student at Bishop McDevitt.

When the principal of William Penn High School, Brandon Carter, heard that Wolf was thrown out of Bishop McDevitt's prom, he invited her to attend William Penn's prom. Carter told ABC News that "we embrace all."

I can't help but wonder what Bishop McDevitt school officials were saying about Wolf. Maybe, "We can't just let any Tom, Dick, or Susie change the rules that have been in place for hundreds of years!" Or how about, "That Wolf kid's probably got that gay disease called homosexuality! Well we're not buyin' it. If you're born a girl, you'll wear a damn dress to the prom and look like a girl!"

What do you think Jesus would say if he dropped in? This is what he would say, "This is my house and you're one of God's children, It doesn't make any difference what you wear to the prom. Go in peace."

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