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    Dancing With Myself?
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff posted:
    With springtime and proms on the way, we'll certainly see more reports of high schools, middle schools, and even colleges where same gender couples weren't allowed to bring a date or dance together. Not to mention the young men who want to attend events wearing skirts or dresses, and the young women who want to wear a tuxedo or Zoot suit.

    Did you or anyone you know ever have to deal with this? If so, how was it solved?

    Byroney

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    • College-age students should be able to dance with any gender
    • High school students should be able to dance with any gender
    • Middle school students should be able to dance with any gender
    • Any age student should be able to choose their dance partner
    • Dancing should be restricted to the opposite gender only
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