One ritual that has become synonymous with coming of age has been the senior prom, which is an opportunity for youth to celebrate the entrance into the world of adulthood with a splash of color and formality. However, there is far more behind the social event than may be initially noticed.
Okay, okay, you know it's Haram to go to the Prom. You've resigned yourself to the fact. It took a lot of heated discussion with your parents and you've finally made that decision: you're not going. Here are some tips on how to deal with the Prom.
Sex, drugs, rockn' roll and lots of alcohol are four crucial elements of Prom night. But it doesn't stop there. It‘s the whole atmosphere that's created where alcohol, dancing and varying degrees of nudity are correlated with a good time.
The Prom, for many teenagers is the ultimate event of their teenage lives. It is the transition to adulthood. It is possibly the last time all of a youth's high school friends will be together at a formal school event.
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