Doylestown Museum Held Prom, Where All Were Welcome and Could Wear Whatever They Wanted

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The recent prom was a hit in the Bucks County area.

A Bucks County museum recently hosted a unique prom, where all were welcome and diversity was a main component of the event. Oona Goodin-Smith wrote about the upcoming event for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

The Cosmic Colors Queer Prom was recently held at the Moravian Tileworks, located in Doylestown. The event was organized by Alex Ostapyk, a teenager from Morrisville, and Carson Delany, a teenager from Cheltenham. Delany has organized the event for the last three years, w tie this year’s event being organized at the Rainbow Room at Salem United Church of Christ, a local church.

The event was organized for teenagers who identify with the LBGTQA+ community, and expressions of gender identification and unique personalities were promoted for all attendees.

“It’s just full of such loving and welcoming energy,: said Delany. “Even if you’re straight and an ally, you belong, you will have a good time,” they said. “It just feels like everything prom should be.”

About 200 students and alumni from 80 schools across the region had planned to attend the event. 40 adult volunteer chaperones also planned on attending.

Read more about the unique prom at The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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