The L.A. Times' Webscout blog parses the treatment of teen sexuality on Ashton Kutcher's cartoons-discussing-celebrities blog, Blah Girls. It finds the Blah Girls to be realistically, "radically" portraying young female sexuality. "These three cartoon characters are sexualized in a way we rarely—if ever—see teenage girls depicted. They're not sexed-up in an exploitive Bratz way, or in a judgmental cautionary-tale way…The girls are trying to define their own fledging sexuality in the midst of our hypersexualized celebrity culture, and the embarrassment this usually leads to makes the show a gleeful satire of teenage girls' confused desires," writer Maria Russo argues. [LAT]