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Was a good book for my teenage daughter. My daughter now, does not care about Facebook, does not care about fitting in. Read morePublished 6 months ago by marcia freed
This is a book that every mother of a young girl should read as well as every teacher. As these little girls are being pressed into something that is beyond their ability to... Read morePublished 10 months ago by judithkendall
This is the perfect book for parents who are raising young girls. It talks about how our girls are growing up to fast in our society.Published 12 months ago by Tiffany Turnipseed
This was not really the approach I was expecting. As several have commented, this does not really offer much in the way of protecting your children from what is out there unless... Read morePublished 13 months ago by W. Jamison
I thouroughly enjoyed the boy. My youngest daughter is 10 and although it would have been good to read this book when she was a toodler. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Darren
Was amazing book although its a slow read its worth reading it.
Very well described and detailed work of how children are affected through sexual culture of thirsty... Read more
Useful book, definitely an eye opener, recommended for all parents. It talks more about the examples and cases rather than give tips on how to resolve it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by RYZ
In this book Levin analyzes the effects of media on children and adolescents and provides strategies for countering the influence of sexualization and objectification on boys and... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Brian Murphy
Copy/paste from my Goodreads.com review
These Ph.D authors missed the point entirely. They had this chance to write a valuable educating tool about the mixed signals sent to... Read more