ANSWERS: 3
  • they rnight be right
    • Archie Bunker
      Why?
  • I think its stupid. I can understand dodgeball being stopped, but you dont' need to analyse it and waste money on a symposium. I think if it were voluntary it should be allowed, but that it shouldn't be compelled. This does hurt the children, and that's not necessary for their education. If they wanna be bad asses and take their welts home with them fine, let them. Same with football. I can see compelling them to learn the rules and technicalities of the game and even being compelled to exercise if its a p.e. class, but children should be protected from harm as much as possible at school. Tag, I just don't get it! Unless its some kind of freakish tackle tag, I don't see getting hurt playing tag! Unless, of course they are special needs children. Yes, its snowflake bs, but some kids are fragile and it makes no sense to hurt them. I see no benefit whatsoever in pummeling the hell out of a fragile child.
    • Archie Bunker
      So we should sit them around knitting? Making sure it's all inclusive and only non-binary, non-religious, non-racial items are knitted? What's wrong with competition? What's wrong with physical exertion? What's wrong with pushing kids to be better, mentally and physically? Does getting picked last for kickball really fuck up a person's life?
    • Linda Joy
      That doesn't even deserve a reply because you obviously didn't listen to what I said and you're not even being reasonable anymore. If you want to discuss something reasonably fine, but this is not worth my time. You're being ridiculous!
    • Archie Bunker
      Not reasonable? I read every word you said.
  • It's nothing more than modern "goodie-two-shoes"/snowflake society crap. Either it must have been a slow-news day at National Post, or they're scraping the bottom of the barrel for writers and material to post.
    • Archie Bunker
      Maybe they should give the kids a trophy for not going to play tag.
    • Ice man
      Yup, that and a free pass into the next grade at school.

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