Sociologists are interested in how touchy-feely our teens have become these days? Any high schooler knows that if she'd rather wave than hug to say 'hello', she may be perceived as a social misfit! How did that come to be? And is it a good thing? My teenagers and their friends are not exception. I recently went to the Prom gathering spot to take pictures of my daughter, her date and their dinner group. There was so much hugging and chest bumping-- girl-girl, boy-girl, boy-boy, three together, group cuddles, etc, I couldn't tell whose date was whose. It was very confusing...especially when it came to the boys! See what all the fuss is about, http://tinyurl.com/lxryw3

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