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As we waited for the event to begin, I talked to a few small groups of participants and surveyed the room.
I recognized one guy from a Catholic young-adult group in the city.
I received warm greetings from my fellow participants, all of whom appeared harmless enough that, when the event organizer asked us to sign a waiver releasing him of all responsibility for what followed, I felt fairly confident I didn't need to read the fine print.
On the other hand, a small part of me feared that the room would be filled with ax murderers posing as well-intentioned Catholics.
Or even worse, that the room would contain well-intentioned Catholics unwilling to discuss topics other than religion.
Debates about gender and schooling have taken a surprising turn in the past decade.
After years of concern that girls were being shortchanged in male-dominated schools, especially in math and science, there has grown a rising chorus of voices worrying about whether boys are the ones in peril.