Kids TV shows push cultural limits - but they're damaging kids
Naomi Schaefer Riley: The Disney Channel’s ratings are slipping (down 18 percent among 2-11 year olds from this time last year). And you know what that means? More “relevant” programming.
In their efforts to be edgy and relevant, to more accurately reflect the gritty realities of modern life and get away from the idealized world of the 1950s, Hollywood is giving teens a very skewed version of reality.
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