San Diego High School Students Suspended for ‘Twerking’ Video
I knew it was going to be someone taking the twerking too far. Today I found out that 33 San Diego high school students were suspended for participating in the video on school grounds. The suspended students received harsh discipline that have left them feeling really embarrassed.
Scripps Ranch High School in San Diego administrators took action after the music video of the student twerking went viral. According to Gawker, the school does not play around with sexual harassment.
The school’s zero-tolerance sexual harassment policy prohibits “verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature made by someone from or in the educational setting.”
If you’re unfamiliar with twerking, it is slang for a dance that involves sexually suggestive gyrating movements of the hips, buttocks and pelvic areas. Young girls really need to chill on this twerking epidemic. This is nothing to do in public or at all. Parents, please teach your kids to do better.
THE VIDEO THAT THE SCHOOL DOESN’T WANT YOU TO SEE IS BELOW