Do You Want To Dance? Not Like That, Say Schools To Teens

11/03/2011 11:26 am ET Updated Jan 03, 2012

Parents at Montgomery Blair High School in Silver Spring, Maryland are concerned about their teens' dancing styles. The dance moves are called "Freaking," "Grinding," "Bumping" and, get this, "The Nasty." Apparently, some of the parents and even some of the students were both upset and embarrassed by these racy moves and are wondering if school administrators can intervene to make future school events more tame.

Apparently, some schools have historically set rules and limits on dancing styles.


1. NO "Grinding"

2. NO "Doggy Dancing"

3. NO "Hiking Up Skirts"

4. "NO "Hands on the Floor"


5. NO :"Bending Over More Than 45 Degrees"

I was unable to find any studies on whether or not dancing leads to sex.

Arthur Murray, anyone?