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Precocious preteens.

I look forward to receiving Sarasota Magazine and usually read it from cover to cover. It is a great magazine. However, this month I read with interest the article "The Lost Girls" [Summer 2003]. Having two grand-daughters aged 14 and 15, I was shocked. After discussing this with our daughter in Toledo, I said I would tear out the article and send it to her. While tearing out the article, I saw that the back of the first page of the article is a picture of a young woman [wearing a skimpy bathing suit], the last page of the preceding article, "Bare Essentials." Kind of a contradiction! I guess I am an old fuddy-duddy, but I am shocked at the decline of today's morals. I look forward to your next issue.

Carol Sparker

Sarasota
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Title Annotation:Letters
Author:Sparker, Carol
Publication:Sarasota Magazine
Date:Oct 1, 2003
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