Teenaged boys asked to rate girls, and girls told to stay virgins, in class activity at Sydney's St Luke's Grammar School

Karen Hardy
Updated June 25 2021 - 7:57pm, first published June 23 2021 - 5:31pm
Boys at a Sydney Anglican school were told to choose the qualities they looked for in a girl. Picture: Shutterstock
Boys at a Sydney Anglican school were told to choose the qualities they looked for in a girl. Picture: Shutterstock

Come on, we've all done it. Made a checklist of the attributes of a prospective partner. It might have been when we were 13, scribbling some frantic notes in the back of our math's textbook, or when we went through a stage following The Rules or some other obscure manual promising dating success, writing a list and putting it under our pillows in the hope that this very task would manifest itself into the partner we had imagined.

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Karen Hardy

Karen Hardy

Canberra Times lifestyle reporter

I've covered a few things here at The Canberra Times over the years, from sport to education. But now I get to write about the fun stuff - where to eat, what to do, places to go, people to see. Let me know about your favourite things. Email: karen.hardy@canberratimes.com.au

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