Kids and Sexy Clothes


Guests:

Annemarie Iverson
* Editor-in-Chief, Seventeen magazine

Kay Hymowitz
*Contributing Editor, City Journal
* Author, Ready or Not: What Happens When We Treat Children as Small Adults (Encounter Books, 2000)

Zoe Wiseman
*Just graduate private high school in Washington, D.C

Christine Nolan
* Rising seventeen-year-old high school senior, reading her poem, Symphony of the Stars

Rebecca Wolff
* Poet
* Author, Manderley: Poems (University of Illinois Press, 2001)
* Editor, Fence (literary journal)

The less teenage girls wear...the more grown-ups worry, but do they need to? Do sexy clothes lead to risky behavior in girls? Or is it just the age old drive to fit in and look older than you are? On the next Talk of the Nation, tube-tops, mini skirts and.....kids?

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