Monday, March 30, 2009

Co-Ed CEM

Co-ed (or coed) is the shortened adjectival form of "coeducation", and the word co-ed is sometimes also used, in the United States, as a noun to refer to a female student at a coeducational college or university. This usage reflects the historical process by which it was often female pupils who were admitted to schools originally reserved for boys, and thus it was them who were identified with its becoming "coeducational".
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The word is also often used to describe a situation in which both genders are integrated in any form (e.g. "The team is co-ed").
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Or when one girl is assigned on an all boy team.
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Can you pick her out? Does the pink batting helmet give her away?










11 comments:

Agent DragonFly said...

I'm confused?? Is this good??? Is this 'your' girl?? I hope this is a CONGRATULATIONS moment....I do LOVE the pink helmet!!!

Paula said...

A girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do!
Looks adorable!

Anonymous said...

You go girl!

Amy

Queen B said...

haha. I could tell by the pink helmet AND the big hit :)

alice said...

Way to go!

Anonymous said...

Way to go girl - you show the co-eds how it should be played. Auntie Em

KFuj said...

A girl on an all boys team, is good! Congrats :-) I love the pink helmet!!

Anonymous said...

If you having fun - go for it. G'ma Rae

Diane said...

CEM show those boys how to play ball!

Andrea said...

I'm glad she is showing those boys a thing or two!

Kim Thomas said...

I am so proud of her for playing! I want to be her softball coach in a few years.