The New York Times shows us the “Three Ages of Woman: first Mary-Kate, then Britney, then Courtney.”
Lawrence Downes writes (excerpt):
What surprised me, though, was how completely parents of even younger girls seem to have gotten in step with society’s march toward eroticized adolescence — either willingly or through abject surrender. And if parents give up, what can a school do? . . . .
. . . . Boys don’t seem to have such constricted horizons. They wouldn’t stand for it — much less waggle their butts and roll around for applause on the floor of a school auditorium.