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Nasir Fleming made Danbury High School history last weekend by becoming the first gay male to win the crown of Prom Queen in the school's history!
And even though Fleming does not identify as transgender, he still feels honored to have received such an amazing award!
“I was shocked to see how awesome and supportive my peers are. I received a decent amount of negative backlash, so I was surprised when I won."
And although he was shocked to win — he knew that his victory was a major stepping stone not just for him, but the world!
Here's what he said:
"My main reason for wanting to win prom queen is to show the school, and hopefully the world, that if a spunky, odd gay kid can win prom queen, then anyone can! This message is mainly for transgendered people, because they seem to face so much backlash for simply being themselves. If I can win a title that is out of my gender, anyone else should be able to, including transgendered people.
I also want other LGBT youth that our main purpose in life is to make ourselves happy. Very often we conform to societal norms in order to be accepted, and it is not acceptable for us to shun a perfectly fine part of ourselves. We are the innovators of the future, we are the future and we can make a change."
We don't only want to just congratulate Nasir — but all of his classmates, as well!
They played a big part in all of this!!
But for one night all eyes were on Nasir, and the moment seemed magical!
Check out the moment when he officially became prom queen down (below) !!!
[Image via Instagram.]