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June 11, 2009


Randy Tayler

As a father of 3 girls, I do worry a lot about what I'll call the "Barbie-princess" indoctrination they get in the entertainment aimed at them. They have grown to adore "dress-up" games, painting nails, etc. Now, there's nothing wrong with that, unless my wife and I let it become their focus; that they become shallow, surface-centric Barbie-princesses themselves.

It's hard to blame the writers and producers, though. They create products for where the money is -- as long as my family and others pay for those shows, that's what going to be the mainstream.

Ain't nobody to blame but myself.


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