The Corner on National Review Online: "Save the Males, for heaven's sake. This Washington Post piece on three 16-year-old girls shopping for bikinis in Tyson's Corner is begging for a dad to be on the scene. Mom's no help — one of them provides financial assistance because a teenage girl just has to have a bikini, you know. 'Bikinis are more popular because they're sexier. They draw a guy's attention.' Where's dad to just say no?"
Because, apparently, when she was growing up sixteen year old girls didn't want boy's attention.
I'm guessing she grew up on Mars.