Paris, Britney, Lindsay, Kate & NicoleWill our daughters ever again be whole?Little girls gone wild sweep the nationThey seem to be everywhereAnd they may not be wearing underwear.Tweens adore them and teens envy them.But what are we doing to a generation?Are we raising a generation of ‘prosti-tots’?Far worse than little crude boys fartsLittle girls are learning to be sweet hot tartsFrom the latest tween tramps in HollywoodCartoons, MTV, and movie theme songsAre captivating young girls to come alongNo need to be pure and keep your pants on.Stars partying pantyless with the paparazziNow lil girls want to dress like Paris & BritneyTorn stockings, tight clothes, or in a bikiniWhat can little ones learn from Nicole Richie?Who stopped her car in the car-pool laneAs if L.A. traffic would worship her just the sameSuch a move adds complexity to life lived simplyBeyond Lindsay’s pole-dancing to prepare for a movieAt least with Miss Lohan there is humility and honestyAs she wisely checked herself into a rehab preventivelyAwaking to reality after passing out in a hotel hallway.As for Kate Moss she fell abruptly down the stairwayAdorned in only a fur jacket with her cigarettesWhatever happened to these girls parents?Were they not properly raised during adolescenceOr… Read full this story
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