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Date Posted: 14:57:11 01/08/18 Mon
Author: KH
Subject: I think this is a really good topic to address that unfortunately gets ignored a lot...
In reply to: OP 's message, "Stand uo for Dancers" on 11:03:06 01/08/18 Mon

...a lot of times due to the inability to distinguish between 'tough love' coaching and actual abusive (verbal or otherwise) behavior. Thankfully I haven't personally seen it in Irish dance first-hand (definitely saw it in other dance as a child, like when a teacher told dancers not to eat donuts during a break because they'd get fat), but as a community we should all be aware of it, and call out abusive behavior when we see it happen.

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