Hugging among U.S. teenagers has become so prevalent some schools say they've banned the embrace or imposed limits on how long they last.Geez, let's hope that she never finds out what actually happens on prom night.
"Touching and physical contact is very dangerous territory," said Noreen Hajinlian, principal of George G. White School, a junior high school in Hillsdale, N.J., which banned hugging. "It wasn't a greeting. It was happening all day."
Hajinlian's school is among those from New Jersey to Bend, Ore., that have clamped down on hugging, The New York Times reported Saturday.