Party executive's behavior at outing can't be tolerated

Many responsible parents are working hard these days to persuade their young daughters that the "party girl" image of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and other D-list celebrities is not a responsible or appropriate form of behavior. Communicating to girls that they have more to offer society than just their bodies is no easy task when the media are so often publicizing and seemingly celebrating the exact opposite. While such behavior is not surprising out of the Hollywood culture, we should expect more on the local level.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Many responsible parents are working hard these days to persuade their young daughters that the "party girl" image of Lindsay Lohan, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and other D-list celebrities is not a responsible or appropriate form of behavior.

Communicating to girls that they have more to offer society than just their bodies is no easy task when the media are so often publicizing and seemingly celebrating the exact opposite. While such behavior is not surprising out of the Hollywood culture, we should expect more on the local level.

That's why news of what is alleged to have transpired at a Lucas County Democratic Party fundraiser is so distressing.

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