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coeducation in secondary school should be abolished. watch

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    coeducation in secondary school should be encouraged rather than abolished
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    Your title completely opposes the only sentence of your thread. Elaborate plz?
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    attention seeking troll.
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    If there was no mixed sex secondary school education, just think of all the poor men who decide to do something like computer science at uni and then go on to work as software developers. When are they going to meet women?
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    (Original post by Psyk)
    If there was no mixed sex secondary school education, just think of all the poor men who decide to do something like computer science at uni and then go on to work as software developers. When are they going to meet women?
    When they venture out to the nearest Tesco because they've ran out of food/lotion.
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    You get a much more varied opinion and discussion with mixed classed- and it must be so difficult talking to the opposite sex when you get to university if you haven't been to school with them!
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    (Original post by Westie.)
    When they venture out to the nearest Tesco because they've ran out of food/lotion.
    Nah, they all live with their parents so their mum will do the shopping (your mum does not count as meeting women).
 
 
 
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