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    i dont really mind it when i was in London, but after moving to Wales it's like hell. they dont integrate boys and girls in the lesson. boys do their ''boy'' sport and girls do their ''girl'' sport. what about people who identify as feminine or masculine? why force all boys to do rugby when some girls have also expressed their interest as well? why limit dance to only girls? why cant boys play hand ball? why why why why. IhatePE
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    i dont really mind it when i was in London, but after moving to Wales it's like hell. they dont integrate boys and girls in the lesson. boys do their ''boy'' sport and girls do their ''girl'' sport. what about people who identify as feminine or masculine? why force all boys to do rugby when some girls have also expressed their interest as well? why limit dance to only girls? why cant boys play hand ball? why why why why. IhatePE
    Because that's how this world works.
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    I hated PE, always skipped it.

    My friend & I actually only turned up for three PE classes in our entire first year of high school (and we had 2 PE classes a week) and in the last week of school when the teacher was deciding everyone's grades, he realized he didn't recognize our names so had to ask our head teacher who we were and if we were actually in his class. So at the end of the year we had to introduce ourselves to the teacher whose class we never attended
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    tbh I hated PE. Possibly because I was at an all girls school it was mainly hockey and tennis. I hate both
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    Nearly every sport has male and female leagues nowadays. Therefore it would be wrong to suggest to young impressionable students that one sport belongs to one sex (not even in the case of lingerie football. I see no problem with a man wanting to play that.)
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    kept accidentally breaking a bone every 2 weeks about 5 minutes before I had P.E. and now that I think about it, what a coincidence :mmm:

    Plus, P.E. was always a day after I had Judo so I was exhausted
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    Tbh some days it was fun, some days it wasn't
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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    i dont really mind it when i was in London, but after moving to Wales it's like hell. they dont integrate boys and girls in the lesson. boys do their ''boy'' sport and girls do their ''girl'' sport. what about people who identify as feminine or masculine? why force all boys to do rugby when some girls have also expressed their interest as well? why limit dance to only girls? why cant boys play hand ball? why why why why. IhatePE
    i agree, i really want to do 'masculine sports' like football and rugby but bc we are a girls school we are restricted to doing c*** like netball and lacrosse
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    I used to love PE as long as it wasn't football.
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    I rather like PE.

    {sorry}
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    I hated PE, always skipped it.

    My friend & I actually only turned up for three PE classes in our entire first year of high school (and we had 2 PE classes a week) and in the last week of school when the teacher was deciding everyone's grades, he realized he didn't recognize our names so had to ask our head teacher who we were and if we were actually in his class. So at the end of the year we had to introduce ourselves to the teacher whose class we never attended
    LMAO my teacher this year said ''now i dont want another year of this attitude, it's been 3 years, comeon'' and i was insincerely nodding to whatever he was saying, luckily i got ill at the beginning of october and was hospitalised, so i dont have to do it for a long while now i wish my teacher dont notice me, when someone goes missing, he doesnt seem to know, but when im gone off to the gym to avoid going on the field, he tells one of the boys to come and fetch me -_-
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    (Original post by driftawaay)
    I hated PE, always skipped it.

    My friend & I actually only turned up for three PE classes in our entire first year of high school (and we had 2 PE classes a week) and in the last week of school when the teacher was deciding everyone's grades, he realized he didn't recognize our names so had to ask our head teacher who we were and if we were actually in his class. So at the end of the year we had to introduce ourselves to the teacher whose class we never attended
    How did you skip it? At my school they check the register and if you are not in class they look for you and ask you the next day about why you don't attend PE lessons.
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    Hated PE in my secondary school best you were either with ***** or people who just didn't care, also the sports were **** with how the teachers presented it all.
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    We had to do netball and throwing shot putts which I hate.
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    I rather like PE.

    {sorry}
    *sigh*
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    Never really liked it much. I was always awful at whatever sport we did and ended up getting left out of most activities not through lack of trying, but because almost everyone else was better and they would, for example, dominate a game of football to the point they were basically having their own game, if you get what I mean. Not an issue for things like tennis though, because that was always 1v1 or 2v2 at most.

    Even worse when we were outside during autumn and winter when it was freezing cold no matter how many layers I put on underneath my shirt. That's the part I hated the most.
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    Never really liked it much. I was always awful at whatever sport we did and ended up getting left out of most activities not through lack of trying, but because almost everyone else was better and they would, for example, dominate a game of football to the point they were basically having their own game, if you get what I mean. Not an issue for things like tennis though, because that was always 1v1 or 2v2 at most.

    Even worse when we were outside during autumn and winter when it was freezing cold no matter how many layers I put on underneath my shirt. That's the part I hated the most.
    we were told to remove our coats as they comfortably wear their fleece and everything >_> so sly
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    I'm in the hating it group!

    As girls, we were expected to go tag rugby as opposed to regular rugby, which really peed me off. plus then there's the whole getting changed with the other girls thing. I had major body issues when I was 14! (god, thats more than 10 years ago! :P)

    really wish I could've skived netball and rounders'. is it too hard to suggest girls doing karate or other martial art? that way they don't have to wear skimpy clothing and can do something empowering whilst learning to defend themselves. I reckon it would be quite popular.
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    Penis enlargement is a mug's game, IHatePE, and you'd be better off giving up. Everyone in that game starts with high hopes and ends up resenting the world even more than when they began. It won't get any bigger. It just won't.
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    I hated PE simply because I was terrible at sports..
 
 
 
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