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24-Jul-2015 09:29 by 2 Comments

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In addition to the attendance requirements (or lack thereof) regarding the Arizona high school dating assembly, parents were reportedly angry and taken aback by the content of information and advice given to students.

Only about 25 Payson High School boys decided to attend.

As the reports, the Arizona high school dating assembly got off to a bad start, and things only went downhill from there.

Female high school students were subjected to a mandatory assembly regarding dating and relationships, and they were pulled from their classes during school hours to attend.

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Further, he defended his decision to force girls to miss class for the assembly while allowing boys the option of attending the event after school.

Henning says that boys need “skin in the game,” and they often refuse to listen if they feel as though they aren’t given a choice.

“I was very disappointed to hear that there is a second assembly on relationships this afternoon that is mandatory for girls, but that the boys have an optional assembly after school. He’s been doing his job for 15 years and has come out in defense of his technique.

This sends a dual message that: It is acceptable for girls to miss their normal classes, but not the boys and that girls have more responsibility for whether a relationship is ‘good’ than boys.” The Arizona high school dating assemblies were hosted by Brad Henning, a prolific public speaker who frequently gives similar presentations, titled “Don’t Take Love Lying Down,” at U. According to Henning, he splits up his audience by gender so that students feel more comfortable asking whatever embarrassing questions they might have.

According to parents, girls were told that boys can’t control themselves.