Parkland pro gun rights student goes to prom with Nebraska senior who finds him brave

A Nebraska high school girl who had a "dream" to go to prom with Parkland, Fla., student Kyle Kashuv got her wish over the weekend. Kyle flew from Florida to Lincoln, Neb., to escort Fidan Ibrahimova to her prom. Their prom attire coordinated — and so, for the most part, did their political views, which is why he was there. Kyle, 16, caught the high school girl’s attention because after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 people died on Feb. 14, the junior raised a lone — yet vocal — voice to oppose his classmates’ loud call for more restrictive gun laws. "In the weeks after the shooting, Kashuv has emerged within conservative media as a ‘professional and respectful’ alternative to Parkland students like David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez, who’ve become something of celebrity faces in the anti-gun movement," Vox writes in a profile published […]

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