Katy Perry Hot, Parents Not Cool

Windish, Joe
September 2010
Moderate Voice;9/26/2010, p4
Blog Entry
Several blogs regarding parent & child relationship including a blog on Sesame Street's parodies and celebrity segments, another on Dutch parents' normalization of teenage sex and a blog on talking with kids about sex.


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