So I guess the Twilight DVD comes out tomorrow. I have one teen in my house, at least, who’s dreading it.
Well, because he’s a boy. And if Twilight has done nothing else, it’s ruined life for boys. At least according to my son.
Now if you ask your daughters, they will say that Twilight is the greatest thing since Cover Girl Lash Blast. Every girl I know under the age of 15 has read the book at least four times, and most have read the entire series at least twice. They pine for Edward; they sigh over Jacob; they psychoanalyze the “sparkly” scene and bend their heads to deconstruct the conversation in the biology lab. They have pens, calendars, posters, folders, purses, buttons and necklaces. They proclaim their allegiance to “Team Edward” or “Team Jacob” with rhinestone-studded T-shirts.
But where does this leave the boys? Continue reading