Thou Shalt Not Slow Dance

Haltom, Bill
June 2012
Tennessee Bar Journal;Jun2012, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p30
The author discusses his experience of being banned from dancing by his mother and the Baptist church that he belonged to as a child and teen. He discusses the efforts of the Tennessee school legislature to ban dancing in schools as a way to prevent 'gateway sex' caused by inappropriate physical activity.


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