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November 06, 2007

Yoga in schools

Michelle Malkin obviously does not know what she is talking about when she complains about the schools offering yoga classes for high-schoolers to learn to relax and feel better (11/2, Opinion, “Student stress? Back off homework, bring on yoga”).

What is a better way to train your body and mind to work for your entire development — physical, mental, social, etc.?

Isn’t it better than the recent offering of condoms to the high-schoolers, encouraging them to examine the sexual parts of themselves way too early in their lives?

Go, yoga.

Charlotte Humphrey
Kansas City

Comments

CRD

You've already proven logic isn't your strong suit -- don't strain your brain, little bigot. :-)

zenozac

I've moved on to having fun with a partner now. ;-)
Posted by: CRD | Nov 8, 2007 4:04:49 PM

Interesting choice of a word, Partner, which would explain your hysteria over the sin of homosexuality as described in the bible. I wonder why you just didn't admit it when I asked you.

CRD

No longer being a teenager, I've moved on to having fun with a partner now. ;-)

zenozac

I dunno about you, Charlotte, but I was never offered condoms in high school -- didn't stop me from "examining the sexual parts of myself."
Posted by: CRD | Nov 7, 2007 6:52:09 AM

So now we know what you do between posts.

Engineer

Is it educational thinking like this that has helped the Kansas City School District achieve its present pinnacle of success?

CRD

"Isn’t it better than the recent offering of condoms to the high-schoolers, encouraging them to examine the sexual parts of themselves way too early in their lives?"

[chuckle] If not puberty, what is the appropriate time in a person's life for him or her to start getting curious about sex?

I dunno about you, Charlotte, but I was never offered condoms in high school -- didn't stop me from "examining the sexual parts of myself."

 
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