Maryland High School Bans Twerking at Homecoming Dance

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A Maryland high school has banned twerking at its high school dance, as twerking continues to sail over the shark. 

If Annapolis High School students plan on attending the homecoming dance, they and their parents will have to sign a contract that's anti-explicit behavior. This includes skimpy dresses, simulating sex, tonguing each other down and twerking. You need the contract to enter the dance and if students break it, they'll be tossed out. 

School administration says the twerking ban was the only option. "This, unfortunately, has become the norm. Some of this crazy dancing that makes others feel uncomfortable," principal Susan Chittim explained, adding that the dancing has some kids "[feeling] left out." 

This is even more reason for kids to stop twerking and everyone to stop talking about it—after this.

[via The Huffington Post]

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