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Watch: Inspiring Interview With Gay High School Students Voted ‘Cutest Couple’

by David Badash on June 5, 2013

in News

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Dylan Meehan and Brad Taylor, the two public high school students who were voted “cutest couple” by their peers have taken the Internet by storm. The teens from Carmel High School in southeastern New York, not far from Connecticut and NYC, will be attending NYU together next year — although they say that wasn’t planned. They add their teachers have been “very supportive,” which is impressive, and they’re grateful to be treated the same as their heterosexual peers.

In this video interview, they appear with their friends as they prepare to go to the prom. Together. Like all the other students.

Inspiring.

(Apologies — the video starts automatically.)

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Everybodhi June 5, 2013 at 2:13 pm

Meanwhile, in Georgia, they still segregate the prom. Black prom, white prom.
Lives can be very different in this country, depending on the State in which one lives.

fpcinnyc June 5, 2013 at 2:53 pm

That is so cool. I had a BF in High School but we went out on dates with girls then went home with each other.

BJLincoln June 6, 2013 at 7:24 am

It is young people like this that gives us hope for a better future. It is great to hear the community seems supporive.
I wish high school was was like this when I was a teenager. I did not even have a word to discribe myself until my Sr. year. I had never heard the term"lesbian". 1977 in backward Ohio. It never got easier. Ohio hates us.

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