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Meeker relates the following story from a year-old patient from Michigan: [Allyson] had heard some kids were going to have a praty party," but had no idea what that meant. In turn, concerns were raised that excluding the book from bookstores and libraries would amount to censorship.
Stdents she arrived, several girls all in the eighth grade were given different shades of lipstick and told to perform oral sex on different boys to give them "rainbows. She claimed that despite rainbow parties being described by Wikipedia as an urban legend, she insisted that they are an ongoing issue.
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One day we have never heard of rainbow parties and then suddenly they are everywhere, feeding on adults' fears that morally-bankrupt sexuality among teens is rampant, despite any actual evidence, as well as evidence to the contrary. Still, she thought it might be fun, and arranged to attend with a friend.
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When a girl gave her some lipstick, she refused at first but, with repeated pressure, finally gave in. The book, which Library Journal declined to review, is about teens who fantasize about having a rainbow party. In O MagazineMichelle Burford asserted, among other things, that many teens across the United States engaged in rainbow parties. She was skeptical that many adolescent girls would be motivated to engage in such activity in the face of the severe social stigma still attached to sexual activity, and rejected the idea that adolescent boys would examine each other's lipstick marks.