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Teen girls call out peers on dressing sexy, donor asked to pay child support: Chat Room

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On Monday's Chat Room, Sun-Times Splash Editor Susanna Negovan and Lifestyle Consultant Rochelle Trotter discuss teen dress and lawsuit stress.

A trend has recently gone viral, which features teens speaking out about girls who dress "too sexy for their age."

Susanna thinks the only way that teens will stop dressing so sexy is if their role models change their mode of dress. Rochelle loves the trend, stating that often times teens will take note of feedback from a peer more than they will from an adult. Both ladies warn of the trends' potential to be another method of cyber bullying.

Next the ladies discuss a child support lawsuit filed by Kansas State against a man who donated sperm to a female gay couple. The child received State funded public assistance and now the State wants to be repaid. Since the mothers cant pay, the State is going after the donor.

Susanna thinks he is responsible because he failed to follow proper legal channels regarding this procedure. It was a bad decision on his part so now he has to support the child. Rochelle disagrees, stating lots of people play doctor at home when it comes to this sort of issue. He is not listed on the birth certificate and has no parental rights so why should he pay?

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