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TGR Named New Moon Girls Wonder Woman Blogger

Nancy Gruver, publisher of New Moon Girls - a magazine just for girls, written by girls - named The Girl Revolution a Wonder Woman Blogger on her Daughters.com website. I am thrilled to share this honor with several other Wonder Women…
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Glee's Lea Michele, First GQ, Now in Bed With Dove

Last week Lea Michele, the lead actress and head Gleek on the hit television show Glee, was shot in a spread for GQ Magazine in poses intentionally looking like a hyper-sexual little girl. The lollipop, the school girl attire, common props for…

Life Coach: Glee Got Racy?

Hanging out on Facebook I've seen some racy photos of Glee cast members a little naked in GQ Magazine. I saw it first on Revolution of Real Women and then my good friends at Shaping Youth and Pigtail Pals. The photos were . . . well. You…
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Deconstructing Halloween Dress Up

Yesterday I ran a post, Girls Sexuality Exploited by Culture and I got a little flack. In 2008, I used the same photograph to juxtapose what real girls are wearing for Halloween versus the marketing for Halloween costumes, Empowering Girls…
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Girls Sexuality Exploited by Culture

Have you seen the stories about the Pornification of Halloween with alarming photos of girls who, it is implied, look more like "porn fantasies" than little girls playing dress up? I wrote one of them a few years ago. That was before…
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One-third of Kids' Day - TV & Internet

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children are spending seven hours in front of television or on computers, reports an article on HealthDay News. The study includes television, cell phones, hand-held devices like a DS and…
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Christine O'Donnell, Not a Witch

Delaware Republican Senatorial candidate Christine O'Donnell literally had to run an ad clarifying, "I am not a witch." Which would be hysterical, you know, if women who had the audacity to seek power, spiritually or politically, hadn't…
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New Moon Girls 18th Birthday

Some things never change. But New Moon Girls ISN'T one of those things. In 1992 it came on the scene as the first girl-edited magazine for 8-14 year olds. Now it's meeting girls' 21st century needs with a safe social network for girls worldwide. Happy…