Local schools look to cut back on sug...

Local schools look to cut back on suggestive dancing

There are 20 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Oct 22, 2010, titled Local schools look to cut back on suggestive dancing. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

Some local schools are among those around the nation looking for ways to cut down on suggestive moves at high school dances.

Join the discussion below, or Read more at The York Daily Record.

Chris Hutton

York, PA

#1 Oct 22, 2010
"I'm into ballroom dancing myself," he said.

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Let's play find the dork!
Seriously though, those kids can't pretend they're $crewing at these dances.
George

Marshall, VA

#2 Oct 22, 2010
First it was the York catholic fashion police and now the fashion police are showing up. if theye are so worried about suggestive dancing then are the same monitors going to be at sports events to monitor the movements of majorettes, band lines and cheerleaders when they do their routines? Pelvic thrusts,chest and booty shaking are more than suggestive also!(Not that I dont like like it though!)
Glad for the change

Chambersburg, PA

#3 Oct 22, 2010
About time someone did something about this! Maybe the schools will find a few less teens having babies next year. Keep up the good work school's!
The Dead Zone

Reading, PA

#4 Oct 22, 2010
Through the Decades? Spare me the boredom please. The comment about ballroom dancing says it all - old fuddy duddy who probably needs help from viagra. Ballroom dancing - LOL!(big yawn)
Deejay White

Manassas, VA

#5 Oct 22, 2010
They shood be giving out jimmy hats yo stead talkin bout dudes threads. Word.
WTF

York, PA

#6 Oct 22, 2010
"Nobody puts Baby in the corner."
happy halloween

Flushing, NY

#7 Oct 22, 2010
\do whatever you got to do
wow

York, PA

#8 Oct 23, 2010
whatever happend to letting kids be kids...you are only young once!...kids these days wanna "grind" let them!Life is too short for relentless rules.
Dont get it

York, PA

#9 Oct 23, 2010
Ok i understand the way we all dance these days is a little bit of something else. but honestly what do you expect they are teenagers. So instead of keeping them in the dance were there is supervision; whether or not they are dancing"correctly" (not sure what is the proper way to dance is anymore LOL)!!!!!! but were gonna kick them out of the dance and send them out where 1. i was a teenager and well we find trouble.
or 2. lets see their gonna be out there doing more than bump and grinding with clothes on.
Think. its not gonna stop the kids from dancing the way they want. its gonna stop the dances there selves for no participation. I dont know i dont get it....
Dont ask Dont tell

York, PA

#10 Oct 23, 2010
Chris Hutton wrote:
"I'm into ballroom dancing myself," he said.
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Let's play find the dork!
Seriously though, those kids can't pretend they're $crewing at these dances.
At least they're not screwin' their boyfriends like you guys did!
The Daily Planet

York, PA

#11 Oct 23, 2010
Morality is dead and we can thank society at large.
I guess its time to try to re-capture what respect is left?
You can have fun and show some respect at the same time without having to enact or think-up unrealistic rules.
I'm putting $100 on the fact that this post will be quickly shot down and boo'ed. Imagine that.
Leon James

United States

#12 Oct 23, 2010
wow wrote:
whatever happend to letting kids be kids...you are only young once!...kids these days wanna "grind" let them!Life is too short for relentless ru
les.
I agree. Kids should be free to lick, suck, blow, and bang on the dancefloor. So much for personal expression and freedom.
GlowGirl

New Freedom, PA

#13 Oct 23, 2010
They worry about the way they dance but they don't give a crap about the way they dress. Ever see some of the girls going into these dances? Boobs all hanging out... some of them look like strippers. I say, if the parents let them out of the house looking like that, let em grind.
DAN ONARATO

York, PA

#14 Oct 23, 2010
i say let them do what they want just pass out free condoms they are gonna do it anyway. you act like you people have never done this before if you havent you need to get some fun in your life, find a hooker, bunjee jump, anything. kids do what you tell them not to do.
InYork

AOL

#15 Oct 24, 2010
Why dont we worry about Central's drug, drinking and psat scores. Its interesting that we are the only school that took it to this level. And who's lying..... the paper or the school because it was more like 250 students kicked out,not 50!
Chris Hutton

York, PA

#16 Oct 25, 2010
Dont ask Dont tell wrote:
<quoted text>
At least they're not screwin' their boyfriends like you guys did!
Wow, very clever. Did your mommy feed you that line?
not so good

Westminster, MD

#17 Oct 25, 2010
Glad for the change wrote:
Keep up the good work school's!
That's "schools".
Chumlee

Mount Laurel, NJ

#18 Oct 25, 2010
Shake your groove thing!
Central Parent

York, PA

#19 Oct 25, 2010
InYork wrote:
Why dont we worry about Central's drug, drinking and psat scores. Its interesting that we are the only school that took it to this level. And who's lying..... the paper or the school because it was more like 250 students kicked out,not 50!
I totally agree. And....not only did they kick out about 250 kids, the parents were not called. so...unless the kids called themselves, the parents had no clue that their kid was kicked out. And.... a total of about 700 kids left the dance early which was supposed to last until 10:30. So, then what did the administration do? They stopped the song the dj was playing at 10:15, told the remaining kids to get their stuff and get out!!!!!!!

And, the administration never even told the parents beforehand that kids would get kicked out for "grinding". Hmmmm. So much for communication to the parents, Central.

And Wolfgang thinks they are not respected? PLEASE!!!! You need to show respect to get respect...it works both ways.
Buster Hyman

York, PA

#20 Oct 26, 2010
I say let 'em grind. What's the big deal. Best sex you ever have is when you are high school.

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