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Link Sluts. Really?

I just saw this in "professional" marketing material for an upcoming book directed to women who want to work at home. "BTW, we're sluts for links so if you have a spot on your web site or blog, please feel free to send us a little link-love." REALLY?…
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Thank God There Was No Facebook

Survey: Teens Sharing Nude Images Online, a clip from The Today Show on a survey released by the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy and Cosmogirl.com reports, "22 percent of all teen girls — and 11 percent of teen girls…
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Empowering Girls Halloween Costume Extension

Tonight is Halloween so I'm extending the Halloween Costume Contest through the weekend (Winner announced Monday morning) to give parents a chance to email me (traceesioux@yahoo.com) their girls' Trick-or-Treating costumes. I'll publish the…
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Empowering Girls Halloween Costume Contest

If you're new here allow me to introduce myself. I'm Tracee Sioux and this is a website about girls. We are growing powerful girls here. We challenge hyper-sexual marketing and advertising and confront mean girl behavior and find tools to…
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10 Steps to Undo Sexualized Childhood

At The Girl Revolution, I loath problems without solutions. Thankfully, the authors of So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Kids have not only researched he problem, but provided parents and…
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So Sexy So Soon: Premature Adolescent Rebellion

When my mother came to visit this summer I asked her, "Mom, was I rebellious as a Kindergartner, a 6 or 7-year-old? Did I argue back about every single thing?" "Not until you were 14," she said. See, that's when I was expecting to have to…
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So Sexy So Soon: Sex Education Quiz

You're probably thinking, "why do we have to choose between abstinence education and protecting our children from hyper-sexual media?So Sexy So Soon: The New Sexualized Childhood and What Parents Can Do to Protect Their Kids very clearly…
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So Sexy So Soon, Sexualized Childhood

By Tracee Sioux "Kids close your eyes!" How many times do you find yourself trying to protect your children from harmful and destructive images while watching family television? Two years ago, while watching television, I was assaulted with…