Why are teen girls so angry? momlogic investigates.
As countless teen girl catfights get glamorized on YouTube, we wondered if teen girls are really becoming more violent--and, if so, what's behind their behavior.
Do you have a teen daughter? Are you a teen girl yourself? Then take our poll:
And stay tuned for the results, coming soon!
Mother recognizes "hidden" daughter.
Oops. After she was interviewed by Diane Sawyer for an ABC special on prostitution, a Manhattan hooker was busted by her mother--who recognized her daughter, despite the network's elaborate efforts to disguise her, reports the NY Post. In spite of the silhouette, the altered voice, the distorted profile, and the vague details, "I received an e-mail from my mother saying that she knows," the call girl wrote on her blog, Debauchette. In the e-mail, her mother reportedly wrote: ""I have to say that it wasn't a complete surprise . . . But I was in a state of denial."
Have you ever hidden anything from your own mother, or do you worry your child is hiding a
secret life from you?
Once it's clear who the parents of these children are, what should happen to their mothers?
A Texas judge has ordered the 416 children removed from the polygamous sect in Texas to remain in state custody, and, along with their parents, to undergo DNA testing to determine both paternity and maternity, according to the Christian Science Monitor.
The tests will help the court sort out a tangled web of familial relations and reveal not only who the real dads are, but the real moms as well. This could be needed, experts say, because a younger child in the sect may consider more than one of the so-called "sister-wives" to be his or her mom. Keep Reading...
Another video surfaces of middle school girls beating a classmate and posting online.
What is happening to our daughters that they're not only engaging in horrible violence, but looking for fame by posting it for the world to see...