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Bad role models

Talk about a paradox. It is amazing people are outraged and jumping on the bandwagon reporting and condemning sexual predation by Charlie Rose, congressmen and other prominent people. In the meantime the entertainment industry is actively promoting a generational culture of sexual predation.

How can you expect young men to have respect for women when you have entertainers such as Miley Cyrus on twerking like a female dog in heat? Where is the outrage?

Jim Shubert

St. Maries



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