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s-nisaslow
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themasterdebater_101
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Should all school sports be co-ed?

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Started: 5/7/2018 Category: Sports
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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s-nisaslow

Pro

Sports in schools should absolutely be co-ed, because it is unfair to restrict students of a certain gender from playing a sport. If a boy wanted to play volleyball, but he cant because it is a so-called 'girl sport' and most schools do not have a team for them. There are pros and cons to achieving this. Some pros are that everyone with feel included and welcome, as well as not feeling judged on their body and abilities. Some cons to this are that we would have to convince and coordinate with other schools and there is an awkward possibility that only one boy shows up for volleyball.
themasterdebater_101

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Position Statement: Sports that are co-ed usually do not have a good atmosphere. When boys are with boys, they can relate to each other. When girls are with girls, they can relate to each other.
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Posted by codyconners33 3 years ago
codyconners33
coed football would be a nightmare.
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