Entitled “Tranny” Makes Ridiculous Demand For Prom, Gets Priceless Surprise

Entitled Tranny Makes Ridiculous Demand For Prom, Gets Priceless Surprise
Aniya Wolf (left), Bishop McDevitt High School (right)

There’s no stopping transgenders anymore from throwing their preferences around and forcing it on people where it doesn’t belong. So when a gender-confused Pennsylvania teen decided it was her right to make a specific demand for prom, she was met with a priceless surprise at the dance that she won’t soon forget.

Aniya Wolf was born a girl but has always been more masculine, including dressing male and being attracted to women. Now a junior in high school, she could have chosen to attend any school in or around her town of Harrisburg, but she picked a Catholic school and brought her gender-agenda with her.

As the Junior Prom approached, Bishop McDevitt high school sent out several notices regarding dress code, months in advance, so that everyone knew what was acceptable when shopping for their formal attire. However, Aniya and her mother, Carolyn Wolf, both thought that the dress code, stating that all girls had to wear dresses, didn’t apply to her since she’s a lesbian who identifies more male than female, which sounds more like a transgeneder that’s confused about her confusion. As such, she wanted to wear a suit and wasn’t going to take “no” for an answer.

Having been a student at the school for three years, administrators knew that she would try to bend the formal attire rule, and they even reached out to the lesbian’s mom to address it prior to prom. “I told them that I had read the dress code that was given to the students and I didn’t think that it precluded her from wearing a suit,” Carolyn told WHTM. “I said that this was very unfair, particularly at the last-minute. We had gone out and bought a new suit. I think my daughter is beautiful in a suit.”

Entitled Tranny Makes Ridiculous Demand For Prom, Gets Priceless Surprise
Aniya (right) with her prom date

Despite the whiny mother claiming this was last-minute, she was incorrect since reminders were given at least two months before the dance, along with a warning of refusal into the event if not followed. Knowing the rules and that the school was sticking to them, Aniya picked out a tux anyway and wore it to the dance. As soon as she arrived with her girlfriend, a school official took Aniya by the arm and asked her to leave, and if she refused, the police would be called.

She didn’t press the matter further, until she got home and decided to make a statement out of it. Complaining that she felt discriminated against and that the school made her “feel like a mistake,” she said that she shouldn’t be robbed of normal high school experiences because of “something she was born with.”

If the matter was that she just wanted a normal school experience, then she would have chosen to go to a public school that cares more about being politically correct, than morally right. She was told what the rules were months in advance, and she intentionally broke them.

The dress code applies to everyone. Saying that it should be changed to reflect her confusion, is no different from a girl saying she should be allowed to dress provocatively because she was born a sex addict. If she doesn’t like the conservative rules, then she should not have enrolled at a Catholic school.

h/t: [NYDailyNews]