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Hooters Is Not a Family Restaurant

Updated on April 3, 2011

Yet They Advertise As One and Parents Actually Take Kids There!

Hooters is not a family Restaurant

Hooters should not advertise themselves as a family restaurant. I have heard many radio advertisements that do just that. First they talk about all the sexy girls, then its, "a great place for the whole family".

However, this monkey Brain is not about what Hooters should do. This is about the Monkey Brained parents to take their kids for family nights out to Hooters. Its about the Monkey Brained coaches and parents who take Little League teams there for celebrations.

Today's kids are being exposed to sex earlier and earlier. Part of it is the media and entertainment, computer exposure and so many other things. But a lot of it is Monkey Brained parents who don't know how to parent!

Stop Dressing Your Six Year Old Like a Skank!

Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank: And Other Words of Delicate Southern Wisdom
Stop Dressing Your Six-Year-Old Like a Skank: And Other Words of Delicate Southern Wisdom

Well, and if you disagree with me, get this book and read the title essay. This author had a terrible time finding decent clothing for her six year old daughter because everything she saw looked like a skankier version of Britney Spears. For six year olds!

 

Taking Kids to Hooters Is Bad Parenting!

What is it with these people? Do they think that teaching girls that these bimbos are role models and teaching boys that this was what girls are about is a good thing? Are they too cheap to get a babysitter? What is the deal?

Hooters is not a family Restaurant and Taking Kids There Is Stupid

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    • VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

      It really and truly is stupid. And you are absolutely correct.

    • anonymous 4 years ago

      Titties, Knockers, Boobs oh I mean Hooters is not a family restaurant. Would you want your wife to work there or how about your daughter? If there is nothing wrong with the place then why is it so bad that your daughter work there. Lets say the shoe was on the other foot. There is a restaurant called Woody's and they only hire hot young men to wait on tables who wear tight shorts who have big woodies. They serve the best hot sausage in town. Their mascot is Woody Woodpecker!!! They only hire young hot sexy men! Sounds like a nice place for the family right? Fathers bring your daughters and share a nice family dinner. Better yet have your childs Birthday Party there!!! Bring the girls softball team there and buy t-shirts for all of them that say I Love Woody's....best sausage in town! Boobs, Tits, Knockers, I mean Hooters is not a family restaurant!! It's inappropriate all together period. And I don't care how educated you sluts are that work over there you will always be dumb for thinking that the men that go in there aren't there thinking about what's under that tight ass shirt and shorts you wear and don't go home thinking about you when there are jerking off. SLUT! HAVE SOME RESPECT FOR YOURSELF! AND TO THE MEN WE ALL KNOW YOU DON'T GO THERE FOR THE WINGS DUMBASS!

    • Keeah 4 years ago

      I'm voting yes with the stipulation that it also depends how the kids see their Dad behaving both at Hooters and in their day to day lives. Does Dad ogle? or act respectful? Most large cities have enough other options for family restaurants that Hooters doesn't need to be one of them.

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      cleavage girls and 100% of boys are attracted to beautiful women because of their looks. Always go to a restaurant or to a store before taking your kids. Oh and not just the women at h00ters is inappropriate, the name is bad.

      They should change the name and hire normal restaurant clothing

    • Tolovaj Publishing House 5 years ago from Ljubljana

      Even the name is inappropriate!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Lauren...most of you are highly educated?Well, you are not...the proper spelling is BECAUSE, not CAUSE.

    • sousababy 5 years ago

      I don't feel little girls OR little boys will benefit from seeing how objectified the waitresses are in that restaurant (I have never been inside one, admittedly, but I 'get' what it is all about).

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      All that said, kids will be exposed to things like Hooters no matter how hard parents try to prevent that. It's more important that parents (especially fathers) teach kids how to treat women. (No, I am not a parent yet). I also realize some might think the fact that I like to meet beautiful women (and yes the shorts are nice) -whether through dating, social activities or as my waitress is inherently wrong or objectifying. Maybe - but I'd say it makes me a man - and women can be that way too. I think there is nothing wrong with enjoying sexuality based on physical appearance (and some Hooters girls have nice personalities, too) as long as it's in the right (respectful) context. Some women even appreciate it!

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      Hmm.. my comment didn't post. Does it have to be approved?

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      I agree. I am a 35 year old straight male. Of course I like the beautiful girls at Hooters and eat there once in a while. It's a fair way for them to make money and the ones I have met are nice, professional and provide great costumer service. However, it's clearly about sex - men go there because they enjoy how these girls look. Those girls are adults and can make that choice if it is comfortable for them. It's ridiculous to bring kids there, however. I feel I am old enough to realize how to appreciate beautiful women without treating them like objects - I treat them with respect, appreciation and good tips - especially since I know what it's like to be young, in school, etc. But kids aren't mature enough to get that (neither are some adult men for that matter). What are these parents thinking?

    • CruiseReady 6 years ago from East Central Florida

      Oh, I so SO agree!!!

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Its the women that choose to work there and the people who choose to eat there that keep these establishments open. There are other respectable jobs that can pay you money instead of selling your body, which basically is what you're doing when you wear tight shirts and teeny tiny shorts. Unfortunately I used to work there and If my outfit wasn't tight enough for my bosses liking he would make me put on a tighter one. These places are not meant for a child's entertainment even if that's what this establishment advertises, that's what Chuckie Cheese is for. I used to see kids go in there all the time and it would surprise and shock me. Our kids are constantly having sex thrown at them and its the parents job to shield them as much as possible and let them know that we shouldn't condone that kind of stereotypical attitude towards women . We need to keep our kids just that...KIDS.

    • gottaloveit2 6 years ago

      Firmly agree! I was raised in a bar, literally, as my folks own one. I knew my place though -at night, I was to stay in the backroom on my cot and was not (unless bleeding) to open the door. My parents were smart enough to shield me from the goings on late at night. I'm glad hooters wasn't around. And, while we're on the topic, why are parents putting 10 year old girls in string bikinis??

    • MSBeltran1 6 years ago

      I don't see anything wrong with adults selling sex as a form of entertainment or as a lure in an adult establishment. I don't see anything wrong with adults working there or going there. I think it is totally inappropriate for children, though-- boys or girls-- to be exposed to the blatant sexuality. I agree with you-- this is not a family establishment. I don't see why anyone would want to expose their young children to the overt marketing of sexuality. Seems we need less of that in society, not more. The most insulting thing about Hooters is that they do try to argue that they are a family establishment.

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      Great lens

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      that's right stupid retarted girls that work at hooters don't have a brain. that stupid that they say to bring your famliy. i would kill them and each one of them!!!!!:l

    • Will737 6 years ago

      In Springfield, Illinois most if not all of the good looking young women move away to St. Louis, Chicago, New York or LA the second they graduate from high school. So the Hooters there, being desperate, will occasionally hire a busty not too ancient looking woman or even a lebian. So this 40+(my guess) divorced woman with big boobs (probably fake) and an obvious delusion that she looked young was in her Hooter Girl uniform, and she was kissing the backs of the necks of three of the college boys sitting at the bar. There were six there. Yes it was the middle of the day. Yes in in my opinion, she "knew" them from previous times--biblically. They were reacting as men will after regretting a previous liaison. "Man, I can't believe I was that drunk. Maybe if I ignore her, she'll go away." And an older man at the end of the line of six at the bar figured he would get in on the act. He was not fat. He was dressed nicely. His hair, which he had all of, was pure white. So he went over to her as she stood at the register, came up behind her cupped both of her butt cheeks and started rubbing. Well, she didn't even turn to look at him. She just wiggled around a long time and smiled as a woman will do when she is enjoying something--I would guess four minutes. Didn't time it. Seemed like forever. I just waited for the explosion. it was my belief that she thought it was one of the college boys.

      When she finally did turn around, her smile turned to a frown and then she started crying. She told him,"Don't ever do that again." So he went back to his food. She must have told the asst manager some part of it, doubtless not all. The asst. manager who had been in the back room the whole time, made the guy pay the bill, which the guy had not received. Then the asst made the guy tip the waitress 25%. Then the asst made the guy leave his food, assaulting the guy and physically wrestling the guy out of the place and told him to never come back. I often wonder if that asst manager, fat and ugly, was hooking up with this waitress. I would not want children seeing this drama played out in the middle of a Hooters. This is not a place for children.

    • 7Suze7 6 years ago

      Kids don't need to be learning double entandres lots of time for that

    • anonymous 6 years ago

      life, and the media, are stupid, i am a kid, i am 10 years old, i wish life was i i i am a kid, based on kid's beliefs, and hooters, message sent to kids s not one of them, i wish life was not about any of this, it is uncorfortable to talk to adults about it, and uncomforable knowing adults are talking about it behind your back, because trust me, i easedrop. They think it's hard for parents, im speaking for all kids, it's horrible, i've seen and heard too much, and life is at rock bottom, so boo you hooters! Keep in mind the media is a big part of it

    • Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

      I think there are plenty of restaurants available and appropriate for families. Hooters is not one of them.

    No way, Monkeybrain!

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      • anonymous 3 years ago

        i bring my kids there

      • MargoPArrowsmith 4 years ago

        @anonymous: I don't care what they do, just don't present it as a family restaurant, because it isn't. And the specious argument that they wear less on the beach? Well, everyone else is wearing less on the beach also.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        I've read some of the comments and I'm mad your acting like it's a striper place I don't see nothing wrong with it its just girls wearing shorts and a tank top and boys are going to watch porn and learn about sex sooner or later and girls are going to wear shorts when its summer but its the parents job to teach the kids to not think women are objects and should be respected and some keep saying that hooters girl are dumb bimbo blondes but how do you know if you hadent meet them as. As my mom said don't judge what the person wears judge who they are.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        You are so ignorant it's hilarious! I work at Hooters and I find

        it hilarious when people think we expose too much. I wear a normal tanktop & shorts with thick stockings under them. I see girls wear less at the mall. As for a "bimbo" Im a junior in college with a 3.8 GPA & going to proceed and get my doctors degree. It's people like you that give hooters a bad name.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        Wow. Bimbos? Really? Most of the women working at Hooters are college educated, or are currently working on their degree. I wouldn't advise children coming into a place like Hooters because like most wings places, the food is fried and generally unhealthy. Stop judging other people, thanks.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        Strange. I've been to Hooters a bunch of times. I've never had sex at Hooters. I really did even feel like I was being exposed to anything unusually sexual. It's just a brightly lit place with sports and beer and fried food. I took my two year old there recently - so far I have seen no signs of pre-pubescent misogyny. He just ran around and smiled at all the friendly people. And he ate for free.

        Hooters is just as "family appropriate" as that place with the sauerkraut and wurst where Heidi and Helga prance around in laderhosen and corsets like the St Pauli Girl.

      • anonymous 4 years ago

        Come ON. Sex appeal is legal and it sure sells! If you're against it that's your deal but it's not like the kids care, pssh I know I didn't. The waitress would bend over to deliever the food (not at Hooters, someplace else) And I never cared about any curves I saw. Don't take your kids there if you want to, but they'll be missing out.

      • Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

        Social stigmas are hard enough on young girls. Give them a break and let them grow up, and be proud of who they are, and not with the expectation that they need big hooters to be special.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        There is nothing wrong with taking the kids to the local Hooters, other than the fact that the food actually sucks.

        People get a little too uptight when it comes to protecting their kids from what they perceive as outwardly sexy and suggestive. Frickin' lighten up, already. If you don't wanna take your kids, then don't, but don't propose to tell an establishment whether or not you THINK they fit into the family dining sector.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I am a student in college studying engineering and I would love to be a Hooters girl! Why work at a boring restaurant where you would get the same base rate of pay, not including tips. The outfits that are worno are equivalent to 75% of teenage girls and early 20s wardrobes in the summer anyway, so its not as if the girls are showing any more skin than you see in the mall in 100 degree weather. Some girls work hard at their jobs, in school, and at the gym. Taking your kids there is up to you, but you see clothes like that when you aren't even in Hooters.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        hooters is awesome im 11

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        No, bad parenting is keeping your children hidden from things in life rather than clearly teaching them what you see as the rights and wrongs about it.

      • MargoPArrowsmith 5 years ago

        To Lauren, who asked if I took kids to the beach?

        When we take our families to the beach, everyone is in bathing suits. There isn't a large crowd that goes dressed to watch people in skimpy clothing. That makes a huge difference.

        So go and have fun, just don't think you are doing anything good for your sons or daughters.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I am a waitress at hooters and like someone else said most of us are highly educated women with families of our own, hooters is a place where we like to have fun and show our guest good hospitality, i think some people just look to much into it saying its about sex, cause your totally wrong. Let me ask you this, do you take your kids to the beach? cause there bound to see a lot more there than you ever will at hooters!

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        Many Hooter girls are highly educated. Many have children and families of their own. Hooters Doesn't advertise its self as a family restaurant. It is advertised as a neighborhood restaurant. Hooters is a place to have fun and enjoy the night. Why is taking your family to a RESTAURANT bad parenting?

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        wow so dresssing in tight clothing makes you a bimbo? how many of you hoebags wearing a one or even heaven forbid a two piece bathing suit! when my grandma wore a one piece she was probably called skanky and my mom wore a two piece it was the devils work. people times are changing either don't leave your house or adjust and grow up.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        I am a mother of 2, a 4 year old boy and 5 year old girl. We take our kids to eat at Hooters because we all love the food. Its all in the way you teach your children. The first time our kids went there (Grandparents went too) My daughter said " Mommy, those girls should really wear more clothes so they can be more lady like". Just because you eat there with your family doesn't mean you aren't teaching your children values. My daughter didn't just pull that statement out of thin air! Do you really think you are being a good role model when your judging people you don't know because they believe different than you? My son will also grow up knowing that women are not sexual objects, that women are to be respected and loved. Just one involved mom's opinion.

      • anonymous 5 years ago

        Hooters is a hot and cool restaurant. I love the horney boobs!! Hot HOT HOT!!!

      • mattseefood lm 6 years ago

        I think it can still be a family restaurant. Really depends where you put it and how you see it, perspective. For me, the bimbo girls only get 'malicious and sexual' if you refer them as such. It's society's way of pushing back other people and deciding to define them as 'bad influences' for children, and stuff like that.

      • Cinnamonbite 6 years ago

        Are you kidding? My son LOVED celebrating his birthday at Hooters when he was little! He'd have all the attention of the girls, they put him on the table to dance as they sang to him, and they all told him how cute he was! I don't see the problem. Are we concerned that girls have boobs and butts? My boy knew this long before he ever went to Hooters. And it's a shirt and shorts uniform, it's not a strip joint. The child sees more skin in his high school and at the beach. Hooters is no big deal. As for teaching him that these girls are bimbos, um...they pretty much do that all by themselves. Most of these girls are dumb as rocks and this is the very best they can do. Good for them that they found work. It's also a good thing to show him that these girls flirt with everyone, it's their job to make the men feel special so that they tip more. Don't be thinking they mean it. Don't confuse flirting with the real thing.

        Service is amazingly bad at Hooters but the wings are so very good...when the waitress gets the order right. Wing House tries, but their wings just aren't quite as good.

      Mad TV on Hooters

      This is funny

      Some Parents Are Idiots!

      " Yes, Hooters is a family restaurant. The food is decent and reasonably priced. Although alcohol is served, I trust the waitresses would not serve alcohol to an underage student! The waitresses are fully dressed and stay that way if that is her concern! My family (with 2 kids ages 10 and 12) go there all the time! We love the wings!!!

      Good Luck~"

      Yes People Think This is a Family Restaurant

      5 year old texas boy escapes day care to go to hooters

      This Guy Is More Reasonable, but

      "I would say it is not a "family restaurant" but it's pretty close...

      I mean it is called Hooters... If I were younger and I were in your situation I would say that a lot of baseball teams (little league) go there for parties so you didn't consider going there a bad thing. I know a lot of teams (with families) did when I was younger. Good luck!"

      This Is What Is Called Sexual Discrimination At Hooters

      Well, Don't Take Your Kids to Hooters, But If You Do....

      or take them anywhere, you have to have this camera in your pocket!

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          julcal 8 years ago

          Margo, what a great idea for a lens. Educational, a serious problem, and fun. I can't wait to see the response you get. you could get some dueling going on ! I hope I haven't made any enemies :)

          ***** Julie

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          TopStyleTravel 8 years ago

          Interesting debate, I think parents should recognize that no matter how the world changes, they are responsible to set the example for their children. Children learn and accept as normal what they live. Children are overexposed to suggestive things and growing up to fast. Strength & beauty come from within, not from the showing of skin.

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          Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

          Great debate. I am glad that you wrote about this.

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          anonymous 7 years ago

          Excellent lens Margo. What can we say, some people should not be parents as they have not grown up themselves. ***** to ya.

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          Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

          Unfortunately, many restaurants require women to dress in ways that seem less than reasonable to me. We have a local one here in Ottawa where the ladies all wear low cut tight black t-shirts. Some of them clearly are as uncomfortable as they make me feel. They do, after all, spend their working hours leaning over customers serving them food...I don't think it appropriate for them to be scantily dressed.

          Your discussion is very well put together & blessed.

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          julieannbrady 7 years ago

          Well I almost blush when hubby takes me to Hooters with him and the guys.

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          Andy 7 years ago from London, England

          We don't have Hooters here in England, Yet (I think) and on my many trips to America I have never found myself in one of these "restaurants" so I can't really comment, but great debate... I tend to agree that it's not family restaurant, though (if indeed it is a restaurant) Seems like exploitation to me and certainly not a good lesson to give to my child.

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          kohuether lm 6 years ago

          I don't think it's truly exploitation because people work there by choice. And granted, the idea is to celebrate an ample chest but why not see it in a controlled setting rather than at school?

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          Teri Villars 6 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

          My daughter was about 6 and we passed a Hooters. She said, "Dad, what are Hooters?"...I replied, "Owls", haha... interesting lens.

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          the777group lm 6 years ago

          @tvyps: That's funny!

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          WritingforYourW 6 years ago

          The one in our neighborhood closed. Darn. :P

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          Senora M 6 years ago

          I haven't been to a Hooters, but it doesn't look like somewhere I would work, frequent or take my kids... Thanks for the lens.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          Just when I thought I would visit Hooters for the very first time, and bring my 5 year old granddaughter out for lunch;...I stumble across this lens again. Hmmm... I may never see the inside of Hooters, but they sure do have nice trucks in the parking lot to see.

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          June Campbell 6 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

          I've never been to Hooters so I can't really comment about its appropriateness for family dining. I tend to think there are better places to take children, but as I say, I haven't been there personally to know.

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          reasonablerobby 6 years ago

          We have one Hooters here in the UK in Nottingham. It is regular frequented by soccer fans pre-match. Yes I've had some fun there in a quasi burlesque sort of way. The girls are great with youngsters and its it all a laugh really. The target market? 16- 30 skilled and semi-skilled males like my two lads. Hooters a rite of passage more than a sports bar.

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          Elizabeth Sheppard 6 years ago from Bowling Green, Kentucky

          This is actually a really funny lens, especially if readers read the great commentary about the funny opinion postings at the Monkeybrain question area. Some people really do get excited about always being right. (haha) I think your responses were spot on.

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          hlkljgk 6 years ago from Western Mass

          good debate. i have no prob with people going to hooters. i just don't think it's an appropriate place for teaching respect and values. just my 2 cents.

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          ElizabethJeanAl 6 years ago

          Great debate! We don't go out to eat often but when we do Hooters is not on the list of choices.

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          chrissuard lm 6 years ago

          Nicely presented debate, favorited and blessed.

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          JJNW 6 years ago from USA

          While the people who go to and work at Hooters may be fine people, I would never want my son putting the name of the place together with the big "eyes" owl logo and the big...other things. That whole name and concept is not a good thing for boys OR girls. I believe kids should be kids. Thanks for expressing your opinion.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          I haven't visited a Hooters restaurant and yet feel that for a family it should be descent enough. I agree that it should be kid-like if it has to be enjoyed by kids.

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          eclecticeducati1 6 years ago

          My husband won't set foot in there. He's a prude and I love him for it. lol!!! We definitely do not take our 2 boys there (ages 14 and 8). They have never seen the inside of it before. My little guy doesn't even know it exists. Great lens. Blessed by a Squid Angel.

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          anonymous 6 years ago

          There is enough sex around already getting to our kids WAY too early, why encourage it?

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          ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

          I really believe that childhood is short enough without further curtailing this precious phase of life.

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          Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

          Hooters is not a restaurant my family would support. I agree with you!

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          7Suze7 6 years ago

          Good lens

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          MSBeltran1 6 years ago

          I often wonder how many people would bring their young children to a restaurant with young muscular men in bulging tight spandex shorts and tank tops called "meatballs" just because it had good subs. A family establishment? I think not... great lens.

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          gottaloveit2 6 years ago

          Entertaining lens. I personally hate Hooters as I think their wings are really crummy - at least the ones in Rockville, MD are. Fun read though. Love the poll.

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          Runnn 6 years ago

          YOu are right. It is not the right place for family gathering. The food is not that good, either.

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          CruiseReady 6 years ago from East Central Florida

          So what if Hooters has children's meal options on their menu? it's not THEIR place to decide where my children should be. It is the PARENT who should make decisions regarding what is appropriate for their children, not some corporation. (or a government agency, for that matter)

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          DogWatchColumbus 5 years ago

          Personally, my husband and I wouldn't take our girls to Hooters. There are many other restaurants that would lead to far fewer questions (yikes, I can hear them now) from our 3 and 4 year old daughters. It was VERY interesting to read the comments section, though. Interesting to compare Hooters to a beach. At a beach, it is socially expected that skin be showing, I would argue not so much in any "family" restaurant.

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          kimark421 5 years ago

          It's pretty apparent what Hooters is selling, it isn't quality food. Good lens.

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          sousababy 5 years ago

          When I was between 4 - 6 years old, my father took me to figure skating classes on Saturday mornings. I STILL recall being unnerved by his 'lack of attention' on my efforts and his 'eyes on my figure skating coach' (who was great looking, but not the nicest person). Children absorb what (some / most) men think is 'invisible' behavior. Just because a child doesn't have the ability to express, 'Daddy, why are you looking at that woman's boobies so much' doesn't mean it has no effect on the child's sense of worth (esp. girls). No wonder half of girls aged 3 - 6 think they are 'fat' and already hate their bodies. I wish parents would stop ignoring and minimizing how damaging this is to women, girls and boys (and even men). Great topic Margo, you always make us think!

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          whiteskyline lm 5 years ago

          I just had to say that this title cracked me up, thank you.

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          Tolovaj Publishing House 5 years ago from Ljubljana

          Great place for whole family should be family themed, not macho-dream com true... I like the provocative tone of this lens and debate you ignited. Thumbs up!

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          Lorelei Cohen 5 years ago from Canada

          I do agree that there is just too much sexism in the theme and that children especially young girls should not have to be subjected to that stigmatism. How would young boys and girls be affected if they were taken to a restaurant named Huge Wangs that had male waiters in tiny little shorts serving the customers - same stigma but in reverse.

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          SteveKaye 4 years ago

          Great article on an important issue. Thank you for publishing this lens.

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