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Teens / Raunchy Reads / Rubinstein Interview #789783

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 12, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The raunchy books written by teenagers examined. ["Shut the Door" teenage author Amanda MARQUIT†- reads from her book; talks about the thesis of her book about teen life in the suburbs & what people do in private.] [Parents Stacy & Richard MARQUIT†- react to their daughter's language & the issues in her book.] [Concerned parent Kari KNELL†- reacts to the sexually explicit young adult novel her middle school daughter is reading.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped in-studio held with "Seventeen" editor Atoosa Rubinstein†. [RUBINSTEIN - talks about the differences between the girls, who are the "daughters of Oprah" & the boys who seem to have been forgotten because our society has been built to promote & support girls; states boys need an advocate today.]

Brown, Aaron

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