Would you take a vibrator to prom?

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Would you take a vibrator to prom?

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Okay, so I have a few friends who are 18 and they think it would be funny as hell if they took there vibrators to prom this year. I'm extrem;y unsure about all of this, not only because the back lash is certain and huge, but I would hate to see anything happen to these people.
Would you say go for it, or say no way?
For a little more info, just to be clear, they tried to go as a couple and was shut down last year. The one girls parents are my best friends and have been fighting same sex marriage for years now. They have dealt with a lot of sterotypes and back lash because of there situation. Just so you know there not doing it to be jack asses, there doing to prove a point. Which in there eyes is
"If you can't go with a person of the same sex you love, why not an inanimate object that you also love."
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
I say go for it!
3  (5%)
I say no way!
40  (65%)
Wait...what? Why would they even think about doing that?
9  (15%)
Other, explain
10  (16%)
Total votes: 62
Poll is closed
11/20/2012
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Bethy Cassatt Bethy Cassatt
I've seen ladies take their vibrators everywhere in that deep dark corner of their purse, but do you mean someone takes a vibrator as their date? I don't quite understand. And even then, why? You go to a dance to commune with people, so do that first and foremost. Sure you can bring your toy, but you can literally play with yourself anywhere, so why distract from the actual purpose of the evening?
11/20/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
There are more constructive ways of proving a point without being passive-aggressive. Prom is not a huge deal and will mean nothing by the following week.

Besides, I consider it tacky to take toys out in public.
11/20/2012
Kat and Aaron(aaron) Kat and Aaron(aaron)
We're a bit too old for proms, but no we wouldn't.
11/20/2012
Lady of the Lab Lady of the Lab
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Originally posted by Chilipepper
There are more constructive ways of proving a point without being passive-aggressive. Prom is not a huge deal and will mean nothing by the following week.

Besides, I consider it tacky to take toys out in public.
Mhmm, I agree.
11/20/2012
Vaginas Vaginas
I would have had a much better time at prom if I had taken my vibe instead of the shitty abusive boyfriend that I had at the time. at least a vibe wouldn't have made me cry.

it's your choice whether or not you want to be seen in public with your vibe. I might not do it myself but I see nothing wrong with it. sexual revolution baby. there's a lot of negativity out there towards women talking about masturbation and that's wrong. why is it cool for guys to do it but sometimes considered gross for girls. fuck that.
11/20/2012
- Kira - - Kira -
I'm curious as to if they plan on taking the vibrator out as their "date" to prove a point or just keeping it in their purse. If it's the first, I think there's better ways of proving a point. However, many in your face ways of proving a point land people in trouble and they end up having to take it to the courts. So if they plan on going that route, they should expect to ruffle some feathers and deal with the aftermath.

If it's just in a purse, why not? I've brought vibrators all over the place in mine.
11/20/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
There's a time and place for everything...I don't think this fits into either.
11/20/2012
Beck Beck
Okay, my understanding is that they want to go with their vibrators as dates because they can't go as a couple? That is childish really. They can't go as a couple because the school is a jackass. However, they can get separate tickets and still go as a couple. Just because they can't get on one ticket doesn't mean the school has to ruin their fun.
11/20/2012
<3BF <3BF
I wish my date brought a vibrator to prom
11/20/2012
<3BF <3BF
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
I wish my date brought a vibrator to prom
Oh wait, the vibrator is their date? That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me...
11/20/2012
Martiniman Martiniman
To many other logical options available. A date doesn't mean you arrive in a certain fashion, so think of a way to be together, but pass on the toys as dates.
11/20/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
I think there's a better way to prove their point, probably a great deal many more ways actually.
If they can't go together as "dates" they could probably show up separately and just meet up to spend the rest of the prom together.

But I guess it's kind of nice that they want to stand up for what they believe in.
11/20/2012
sXeVegan90 sXeVegan90
I say no way, as there are better and more logical ways to prove a point.
11/20/2012
Feisty Feisty
No way!
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Rod Ronald
Okay, so I have a few friends who are 18 and they think it would be funny as hell if they took there vibrators to prom this year. I'm extrem;y unsure about all of this, not only because the back lash is certain and huge, but I would hate to see ...
As a parent and someone very old school, I say there is a time and place for things and why not go to Prom. Have fun and enjoy something to look back on (as I do), for life, with beautiful memories. Why ruin it for yourselves and probably everyone else, by turning it into some kind of protest. No one will understand your point, you will tick off not only all the people over 25 there, but you will get into trouble, jeopardize your own graduation and future in ways you don't yet know and for what? What point is being made and to whom? Even your classmates, who are there for a romantic, fun evening, will be SO angry with you.

Sorry...I can think of a million reasons why, years later, you would look back and regret this, and not one reason that you will be held a hero and have this look like a "great idea" years (or even hours) later.

There are times and places to protest. This is not either.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by sXeVegan90
I say no way, as there are better and more logical ways to prove a point.
Exactly.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by KyotoAngel
I think there's a better way to prove their point, probably a great deal many more ways actually.
If they can't go together as "dates" they could probably show up separately and just meet up to spend the rest of the prom ...
Great idea.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
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Originally posted by Martiniman
To many other logical options available. A date doesn't mean you arrive in a certain fashion, so think of a way to be together, but pass on the toys as dates.
Well said.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by <3BF
I wish my date brought a vibrator to prom
Um...I think that is another story.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Beck
Okay, my understanding is that they want to go with their vibrators as dates because they can't go as a couple? That is childish really. They can't go as a couple because the school is a jackass. However, they can get separate tickets and ...
Bingo. Exactly.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Lioncub
There's a time and place for everything...I don't think this fits into either.
We totally agree.
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
There are more constructive ways of proving a point without being passive-aggressive. Prom is not a huge deal and will mean nothing by the following week.

Besides, I consider it tacky to take toys out in public.
We agree that their point will mean nothing the following week. However, the trouble they will probably get into with the school may last a good deal longer...and hurt them far, far more then who they could or could not take to prom. I know a guy who did a stupid senior prank in H.S. and despite his prior A grade average, did not get to graduate with the class, lost his full ride college scholarship and even after getting his GED, and paying for college, they threw the event and record in his face in his attempt to get into a medical school...something he really should have been able to do, and never could. He has sold furniture for the last 25 years, last I hear. Nothing wrong with selling furniture, but not the future he planned on and certainly a harsh long term effect from a "high school prank".
11/20/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Chilipepper
There are more constructive ways of proving a point without being passive-aggressive. Prom is not a huge deal and will mean nothing by the following week.

Besides, I consider it tacky to take toys out in public.
Sorry. Double posted. Don't know why.
11/20/2012
ElizaFetishx ElizaFetishx
I'd take one for discreet public play, but openly bringing a vibe is just likely to get them sent home and then they'd miss out on prom completely.
11/20/2012
Missmarc Missmarc
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
Okay, so I have a few friends who are 18 and they think it would be funny as hell if they took there vibrators to prom this year. I'm extrem;y unsure about all of this, not only because the back lash is certain and huge, but I would hate to see ...
I say no way!
11/20/2012
Falsepast Falsepast
I say no
11/21/2012
LavenderSkies LavenderSkies
No way!
11/21/2012
kitty1949 kitty1949
I don't quite understand what you mean, but I usually take a vibrator with me everywhere, lol.
11/21/2012
K101 K101
Quote:
Originally posted by Rod Ronald
Okay, so I have a few friends who are 18 and they think it would be funny as hell if they took there vibrators to prom this year. I'm extrem;y unsure about all of this, not only because the back lash is certain and huge, but I would hate to see ...
Ummm... I'm not sure how taking a vibrator to prom would ever prove such a point and in all honesty I would not do it because I don't think it sounds very wise.
11/21/2012
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