Tag Archives: teenagers

FYI (If You’re a Human Being)

If you’re a parent, you’ve probably by now seen the cocky, controlling, pretty weird letter written by Kim Hall to all teenage girls her teenage boys may ever come into contact with online. There have already been a number of amazing responses, … Continue reading

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Kiki’s Courage

When should parental concern overrule internet fame, money-making ability and childlike dreams of grandeur?  Where’s the line between understandable public outrage and victim blaming?  Who is at fault for the life Kiki Kannibal is living and does fault matter here? … Continue reading

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A Tramp Isn’t Just What She Wears

You know that CNN piece that has everyone up in arms? You know, the one that starts with the guy describing a delicious-looking eight-year-old girl and ends with him blaming the parents for wanting to be their kids’ besties instead … Continue reading

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