Freak Dancing

Guests:

DOUG GUINN Recent graduate from high school in Washington state.

DEBORAH ROFFMAN Author Sex and Sensibility: The Thinking Parent's Guide to Talking Sense About Sex

JULIE MALNIG Associate Professor at the Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University Social Dance Historian

Have you ever heard of "Freak" dancing? It's the latest dance-floor craze, but the bumping and grinding has a lot of parents and teachers worried. Some schools have even banned dances because administrators say they've become too sexually suggestive. Is "freak" dancing just the latest in teenage self-expression or something more explicit? Juan Williams talks with parents, school administrators and YOU about "freak" dancing.

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