n-PROM-large570An Alabama high school that previously banned same-sex couples from attending prom has reversed its policy after an outcry from students. Earlier this week, it came to light that Greenville High School had said it would allow only “traditional couples” –- meaning a male and a female –- to attend prom, according to local outlet WSFA-TV. Interim Superintendent Amy Bryan abolished the anti-gay policy soon after she learned of its existence. “An administrator issued a list of prom rules that included a discriminatory statement,” she said, per WSFA. “No one lost their right to go anywhere. It’s unfortunate it was in our rules, and all children will be welcome to the Junior-Senior Prom.” Gay student Sarah Smith spoke to WAKA-TV about the issuing of the rule. “There was actually a straight girl sitting beside me, and she was getting more mad than I was about it. So that made me feel pretty good to know that somebody was on our side,” Smith said. More