Eh Eh, Reporter
February 24, 2012
Filed under Variety
As the bell rings, signaling the end of first period, the hallways are filled with people rushing to their designated classes. But somehow, around the corner somewhere, a lovemaking session is taking place, displaying the raging passion of romance.
“People shouldn’t care because it’s not their problem; they don’t have to look at us,” said a female student (who wants to remain anonymous).
Another student (who also wants to remain anonymous) said, “It’s fine as long as they don’t block the way.” People shouldn’t care, the ones that should care are the ones that are jealous.”
But not everyone likes to see PDA in school. “They should only do those things in an appropriate place and time, we need to act like adults here,” said D.Yang, a sophomore at Harding. “We’re in high school and we can’t be showing the public the things we do when we have private times.”
While some students dislike PDA activities at school, there are some that support it. “Don’t you want people to show love to each other and know that that person is yours?” said C. Lor, a student at Johnson. She continued, “I mean, you can always save that kind of thing at home but there is no way that can stop someone from feeling what they feel. I think couples who love each other and show love are very cute but they should know their limits during school.”
There’s a fine line between what is okay and what is not, hugging and peck kisses are acceptable to most people but what a lot of people have problems with is the inappropriate body contact.
C. Lor also stated, “I think that’s not okay, they should do it when they get home or something but quit it at school. I mean, once in awhile is fine but like everyday, I swear, you guys just saw each other 5 seconds ago.”