Now you are talking my wave lenve.Lets talk but no crap-QED.With regard to your first post (the first after Bob revived this four year-old thread yesterday by posing as me to post his smut) I agree completely with what you say about single-sex education. Historically, it had to do with preparing boys and girls for the dramatically different roles they would play in society as adults. That distinction no longer exists. To prepare children to work and to live together--and, indeed, to compete with one another--as equals, it only does them harm to reinforce through segregated schools, classes and activities, throughout their formative years, their identities as men or women as having precedence over their identities as citizens and as individuals to whom the same opportunities are available and the same responsibilities are conferred.
Nov 24, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Everything Alabama
Pencils in hand, the sixth-grade girls were encouraged to use as many descriptive words as possible as they wrote about their dream wedding cake.
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