If you thought teens weren't getting enough sex already, risking the epithets of "old fogey" and "stick in the mud," WorldNetDaily columnist and Fox News host Bill O'Reilly brings to light the latest fetish of American youth, "freak dancing."
Danced to the beats of techno and hip-hop, "freak dancing" basically consists of simulated sex acts as partners jostle, gyrate and rub up against each other on the dance floor. Hardly the private, loving relationship between two people, according to O'Reilly in his upcoming Thursday column.
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"[S]ex is supposed to have some meaning to it," says O'Reilly. "We are not wildebeests – at least not yet. We humans are supposed to form some kind of emotional attachment before we start bumping around. What kind of lessons are teen-agers learning from doing these mating dances? Are they auditioning for a spot at the 'Hot Pants Gentlemen's Club?'"
Keep your eyes peeled for O'Reilly's exclusive column this Thursday in WND.Commentary.