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Bringing a date from a lower grade level to prom is a ritual almost as old as the dance itself.
Many girls -- who don't express the same concerns as their parents -- are saying that younger boys are more respectful.
Some of these young women are not just taking younger boys to prom, but are also in serious relationships with them.
Now, she finds the fact that her daughter and her daughter's friends are taking a younger men to prom unsettling.
She writes: "Call it young cougars, a game of confidence or just female empowerment, but the unthinkable during my high school years is now happening all around me and other mothers of my acquaintance." In response to the declared that "a new legion of young 'cougars' is emerging." So why are girls dating younger guys, and why does it matter?
What do you think -- is it OK to refer to a teenage girl who dates a younger boy as a "cougar"? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @Huff Post Teen!
When it comes to dating, there’s an unscientific, but prevailing opinion that older men want younger women and vice versa.
In some cases, of course, major age differences in relationships can be a genuine cause for concern.
Recently, a 41-year-old high school track coach in Oregon was fired after she took a 17-year-old athlete to prom.
In a article, one writer claimed that her daughter forced her to ask herself a troubling question: "Can a 16-year-old be a cougar?
" The mother explains that in her prom days (her date was both taller and older than her), she never would have considered taking a younger date.
And, beyond prom, the "cougar" fad has continued to spark strong reactions to the term at schools.