I count myself among the lucky moms whose daughters haven't been sucked into the princess syndrome that plagues so many young girls growing up in this day and age. Mine had her Disney movies and her Barbie dolls, but she thankfully put them away on her own when it was time; now she dresses for, and thinks in, the real world of a modern middle-schooler, without caring a whit for living the Kardashian lifestyle. I like to think I had something to do with her fine sense of reality, but some girls don't have a chance, at least not according to author Peggy Orenstein, whose new and... More >>>