physical education

should p.e. classes be separated into all boy/ all girl?

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1. IMO, yes. But then I'm old-fashioned!

What do YOU THINK? This is an opinion question, and the only opinion that counts is yours.

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2. no i would like to have guy friends in the same gym but of course they should have diffrent room to change in

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