Brunswick high school principal Michael Mayell says the dance style, also known as grinding, is nothing more than simulated sex and has no place at a school.
Do you agree with the principal or do you think the students should boycott?
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Answer by Anonymous at 10:57 AM on Feb. 19, 2009
Parents and middle-aged beaurocrats and petty tyrants have been trying to control how kids dance ever since "Elvis the Pelvis" first appeared. Even before that, way back in the 1800's people considered the waltz to be vulgar and immoral! I think that they should just announce that students crossing the line will be removed from the dance, and enforce it. Anytime you set up a ban, there are some kids that will get right up to the line, and then will cross over when noÂ adults areÂ looking, just to show they can. Why give them something to crow about the next day? It's all about picking your fight. No one is being victimized here, no one is being hurt. The kids who participate are not being forced to, and the other kids have at least seen as much or worse on TV. As for them "getting ideas" they already KNOW about these ideas, they are in high school, not kindergarden.
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