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Trending Topic — Should Students Be Suspended For Twerking? [VIDEO]

According to NBC San Diego, dozens of San Diego-area high school students have been suspended and banned from prom or commencement because of a twerking video, according to one parent.

The video, created recently by students in a media class at Scripps Ranch High School, shows teenaged girls twerking while doing handstands to a YG song. Thirty-two students danced, and one student used school property to videotape the group outside class during 6th period.

My question is, should the students have been suspended for dancing ’cause thats all twerking really is — simple dancing? Society has just labeled it sexual, so that is why people are offended.

I don’t really think suspending them does any one any good — these girls are still going to twerk.

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