"Your app must not contain content that encourages, facilitates or glamorizes
excessive or irresponsible use of alcohol or tobacco products, drugs or weapons."
And that's the story that we're not seeing, and it's unfortunate that we glorify and glamorize
the idea of out of children wedlock."
Teens discuss the pressure from their peers and partners to have sex before they are ready, and the effect of the media that too often glamorizes
sex as "cool" and consequence-free.
Of course, glamour has long since infiltrated art, as the romantic genius morphed into the media personality; when the Boijmans presents Tiravanija as the "charismatic personality of relational aesthetics," it glamorizes
At least since the chase in 1968's Bullitt--in which Steve McQueen also dangerously glamorizes
cops who play by their own rules--virtually every movie has featured the sort of unsafe motoring that keeps driver ed teachers up at night.
The fight to preserve free speech is under renewed attack--as evidenced by the new "foul language" law in Ohio, which bans the sale to minors of a broad range of books protected by the First Amendment, including anything that uses "foul language" or "glamorizes
" illegal activity.
One design glamorizes
a built-in dressing table with a sumptuous material--marble--that is treated in a sculptural manner.