Can a high school student read your article, "Why Good Girls Love Bad Boys" in a Speech contest?
There is no admission charged at the contest.
. . . .I suspect that this question should be asked of the author via the "Contact 'author'" feature. There's no need to ask, really, just so long as the reader doesn't pass it off as their own work, and credits it prior or after the reading, as part of the same reading, IMO.
Yes, sorry for not answerinsooner. I think this material is especially useful for high school age because younger girls tend to like bad boys.
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