By Dannah Gresh, founder of True Girl
Hopefully, your daughter was all tucked into bed when the Grammy's started out with grinding Sunday night, but it's likely that some girls her age—perhaps friends at school—were glued to the television. Pre-show media touted the 2014 Grammy Awards as a family affair. Huffington Post even offered a table talk guide and ideas to help kids "cultivate the understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of recorded music to American culture."
But what the world saw—from grinding to explicit lyrics to darkly themed performances to a "church" service— was not appropriate for young viewers, and you may need help navigating post-show conversations with your kids whether they saw the show or are just hearing about it from friends. And—whether you realize it or not—there really is something worth talking about.
Her name is Natalie Grant.