I do agree that these young girls need support. And it really saddens me to see the lack of maturity, intelligence (and I am talking very basics here), and disrespect for anyone but themselves that I see in so many posts. However, unless they ask an open question, I feel that our opinions are best left to ourselves. I think that we can be honest without being rude. Honesty can sometimes come out harsh, but that's for them to take in and ponder,not us. Yes these girls need support, but they also need to open their eyes to the reality of what they are really involved in. And I do think that if you have such a problem with their spelling/grammer then maybe you should PM them instead of making a big deal on their post.
Until they get a grip on thetruereality of the situations they are in, and us mature moms can show them that (in a mature manner) then nothing will change. If us older moms can't have the opportunity to guide these young girls in answering their questions and giving them a fresh perspective on reality- then I think that you are taking out a great part of what BG's forums are here for. We may not have internet addresses for our names, but we are good resources. So while being asked to respect the younger girls, I think in return they should be asked to respect the older ones as well.