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Date Posted: 05:42:44 04/01/08 Tue
Author: Fish
Subject: Is there some STD that is A) disfiguring (like maybe giant weepy sores all over the body and your hair falls out), B) is extremely painful C) can be cured, but the cure is that is both painful and slow? If there is I hope Starr has it....a nice 'gift' from Cole. Oh, and she can be pg too but the STD kills the baby. Tell THAT story ABC. I'm glad that Starr finally mentioned she should have used protection yesterday. Far as I can tell ABC is not 'addressing' much, at least not so far. Why is no one discussing birth control and STDs with Starr? Hopefully that will happen.
In reply to: tonya 's message, "Starr looks young because Kristen is the ONLY one in the teen story who is REALLY 16. The rest are ALL older playing 16. I think they need to have a real 16 in the role, so those fans who are 16 have someone who realistically represents their age bracket. Fan may not like it but there are alot of 16 years olds out there who are having sex and little girls who do end up pregnant, who are just children themselves. The storyline would not be nearly as dramatic if it were a 22 year playing 16. This is a very real issue with teens and their parents and not addressing it won't make it go away." on 05:14:00 04/01/08 Tue


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[> [> [> Then maybe they should actually address it as opposed to what we've got on screen. Kristen's blog is deeper and has more resonance than the story on-screen right now. This isn't a story about Starr having sex anymore, it's a story about what a big psychotic meanie Todd is for not liking it and beating the crap out of the kid who deflowered his princess. They want to tell this story? TELL IT. Right now, they're not doing that. -- Dandesun, 07:42:03 04/01/08 Tue


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[> [> [> [> So far Todd beating the crap out of Cole is about the only thing I've either liked or agreed with in this entire storyline. And I see in the news today there is more great stuff on the teen front - in some cities less than 50% graduate. Yeah, parents abdicating their responsibility is working out just great. We've got a bunch of teens giving each other STDs, having babies and dropping out of school. There are reasons why teens shouldn't be allowed to do any damn thing they want. -- Fish, 10:05:31 04/01/08 Tue


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