NeW in The Washington Times

May 10, 2010 | NeW Staff

Today, Rebecca Hagelin, conservative author and leader in the pro-family movement, wrote her weekly column in The Washington Times on the increasingly crude culture influencing young women today.  She writes of the negative influence today of pop culture, the media, movies, TV shows, and magazines on pre-teen and teenage girls.  Hagelin discusses how parents can raise their daughters to stick to their principles in spite of these pervasive pressures.

Hagelin also offers another solution: NeW.  She writes,

“And of course, find something else fun for your daughter to do with all of that time she is wasting. Above all else, let her know how much you love her, and that she is a person of high value… If she’s college bound, encourage her to become involved in groups like the Network of Enlightened Women ( who expose the rabid media culture and radical feminism for what they are: damaging and degrading to women.”

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