Sunny Side Up: Are father-daughter dances exclusionary to non-traditional families?

Sunny Side Up: Are father-daughter dances exclusionary to non-traditional families?
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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - “Sunny Side Up” is a daily morning talk show that airs on CBS-Cleveland 19 News featuring Wake Up Cleveland’s Neeha Curtis and Julian Glover.

Neeha is out today, so Jen Picciano will be joining Julian in the Sunny Side studio.

Julian and Jen will be discussing the story of a New Hampshire mother who was recently asked to leave a father-daughter dance to which she brought her 7-year-old son.

“In this day and age, it’s not like your gender should define what type of parent you really are,” Meade told Valley News. “I don’t understand why I have to be a dad to celebrate Valentine’s Day with my kids.”

This brings us to the question of the day: Do you think father-daughter dances are exclusionary? Should the mother been allowed to stay at the dance with her son?

Sunny Side Up 2/15/2019

A New Hampshire mother was recently asked to leave a father-daughter dance because she brought her 7-year-old son. Should father-daughter dances be exclusionary? Should the mother have been allowed to stay at the dance with her son? https://bit.ly/2BDVOQ3

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Friday, February 15, 2019

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