It happens in homecomings, proms, and other school dances all over the nation - girls rub their hineys on their partners' pelvises. I have to admit that I was one of those girls who did that, but I have refrained from it starting at prom.
That dance in question is grinding, and many schools are seeing it as problematic. Most schools lay down rules on how to dance properly, while a few simply cancel future dances much to the inconvenience of student bodies.
Is grinding a dance craze you wish that it would pass? Would you lobby for "lame" ballroom dance lessons as a mandatory action to impose upon future participants of school dances? Would you teach students common sense while dancing?
..i don't know what the answer is....there is always some sort of dance craze that people don't like if you research dance crazes over the past 100 years (in NA) as a start.
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