In this Aug. 28, 2012 photo, a "reggaetonero" couple dance a move called the "perreo," or dancing doggy style, in front of the San Hipolito Catholic church in Mexico City. Thousands of

 

              In this Aug. 28, 2012 photo, a "reggaetonero" couple dance a move called the "perreo," or dancing  doggy style, in front of the San Hipolito Catholic church in Mexico City. Thousands of
In this Aug. 28, 2012 photo, a "reggaetonero" couple dance a move called the "perreo," or dancing doggy style, in front of the San Hipolito Catholic church in Mexico City. Thousands of lower-income Mexico City teens have become obsessive imitators of a Puerto Rican subculture based on garish street fashions and the throbbing blend of reggae, hip-hop, and Latin music called “reggaeton.” But Mexico City, a bastion of liberalism in a conservative country, is showing little tolerance for the poor, raucous youth who are being met with open hostility. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)