I have just read two articles from this weekend's Wall Street Journal and I thought you might be interested too. The first is called "The War Against Girls" and is a review of the book Unnatural Selection: Choosing Boys Over Girls and the Consequences of a World Full of Men. It is quite sobering and a reminder that the imperative task of transforming the culture is still present and something we must remain committed to. (The comments on this article are interesting too).

The second article, "Daughters and Dad's Approval" shows once again how important the masculine presence is to a girl's development, on many levels.

Finally, this one is from WSJ a few months ago - "Why Do We Let Them Dress Like That?" - elicited a ton of responses, because it obviously hit a nerve! What do you think?