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Children are trying to grow up too fast.
They dress in outfits tighter and shorter than necessary.
Fourth grade girls text friends they saw moments earlier.
Seven year-olds are on Facebook.
Little girls reading Twilight try to understand the sexual references.
Pregnant twelve year-olds stir up the internet.
Girls younger than me are much more “mature.”
This isn’t right.
I still don’t buy the clothing tweens are crazy about.
I received a cell phone after sixth grade for transportation purposes.
I created my Facebook page at thirteen, with my mother learning my password.
I didn’t want to dwell on sex ed. class anymore that I had to.
I have no plans for sex any time soon.
Am I a dying breed?