Are school bans on hugging justified?

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john (not verified)

this is a good comment you

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this is a good comment you have a good point.

frank (not verified)

i agree

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i agree

bob (not verified)

Hellz yea

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Hellz yea

bob (not verified)

ONE LOVE

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ONE LOVE

JONATHAN GONZALES (not verified)

i dont see wat the point of

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i dont see wat the point of putting tis article up. its a simple hug it doesnt mean anything & beside arent U suppose 2 spread the LOVE

only the girly girls dont care about the hugs
AGAIN SPREAD THE LOVE

Everybody
Loves
Everybody

Kaysie (not verified)

Hugs are harmless

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hugs deffinitely should not be banned cus htey are hramless... and sometimes they make ppl feel better. plus it is part of human nature and jus show tht this person is ur friend and tht u have friendly feelings for tht person sexual feelings... so no hugging is harmless n ur stupid to think tht it is bad cus its not hurting anybody.... and it is a nice greeting and it helps u to feel comforted and let u know tht ppl r there lookin out for and they will hav ur back...

~S@mmy~ (not verified)

Hugs Are for everyone

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Hugs are meant to be public. Whether your having a bad day or a good day hugs are handy dandy...Overall hugs are harmless and should not be band.

DJ (not verified)

hugs

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they are jsut a way oto say hi it doesnt hurt anyone. just get off their nuts its just a hug. its just like huging your relatives when you see them.

japheth gallo (not verified)

do whatever you want, if not,

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do whatever you want, if not, then you mite as well die.

-japheth gallo

Sandra (not verified)

I was a high school teacher

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I was a high school teacher with responsibility for hall monitoring. I know first hand how hands and bodies drift into inappropriate positions while students claim "innocence". A "holding hands only" policy allowed our students to give and get support from one another yet was easier for staff to monitor. Music Videos often encourage a no limits approach to dress and behavior that is inappropriate for public/social settings like schools and jobs sites. Isn't part of our job as educators to help students understand (and practice) the difference between appropriate behavior in private verses public settings?

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