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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    There is a same-sex boys school in my hometown, and I am renowned for being able to pick which guys went there, upon first meeting them. THAT'S how socially awkward they are. They also seem more immature than males who went to co-ed schools, and far more obsessed with sex? Honestly, I can pick them a mile away.

    I went to an all girls school myself, and whilst I'm not socially awkward (well I don't think I am...I'm shy but I think that's different), I do feel *very* self-conscious etc around members of the opposite sex, and a few of my high school friends are the same. Upon saying that though, I LOVED going to an all girls high school, I never once wanted to attend a co-ed school. I wouldn't send my son to a same-sex school though .
    Just purely my opinion and experience but I agree with this.That doesn't mean everyone that goes same sex is socially awkward. But I have noticed boys in particular can be.

    We don't have same sex schools in our town but even if there was I would choose co-ed. But that's just me.

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    My son goes to a co-ed school but there are only 7 girls in his year LOL. There are a couple of girls schools in the area that swallow up all the girls. A few years into high school they start moving over to the his school.


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