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I understand that this is a cartoon and that it is meant for kids and all but is it actually meant for the ages 7+? I don't how other kids are being raised but I know for certain that when I was in the first grade the only shows I watched was Dragon-tales, Rocket Power, Blues Clues, Rugrats, Power Rangers, you know shows that didn't promote "sex" as if kids needed to know about it. Now I'm not saying that this show openly shares that but they definitely don't shy around making out. I would rate this higher if the age range on this show could be changed to at least a 11+ show or something cause the last thing I need is for my little sisters to grow up thinking that a boyfriend is needed to be cool, or that skimpy outfits are "cute". But that's just my opinion so don't get mad at me.
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