The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 4, 1997 · Page 62
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 62

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, May 4, 1997
Page 62
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The high school freshman, known as eldest son Brad on ABC's hit sitcom Home Improvement, has a weekend curfew (12:30 or 1 a.m.), and always has to call his parents to tell them where he is — weeknights, too. "Being a celebrity, I realize the consequences If I'm seen with the wrong crowd, doing the wrong thing." -Actor Zachery Ty Bryan While Bryan generally feels he has enough freedom — as do 37% of teens who took USA WEEKEND'S survey on Teens & Freedom — he still regrets the time his parents wouldn't let him attend a concert by rap artists Bone Thugs-N-Harmony. (His father was concerned Bryan might be photographed if anyone near him was using drugs.) And like the vast majority of students surveyed who oppose public school uniforms, Bryan has mixed 38 USA WEEKEND • May 2-4,1887 feelings about wearing a uniform at his private school in Los Angeles. USA WEEKEND spoke with several famous teenagers who had a lot in common with the 218,350 young people who took this year's survey on Teens & Freedom. In the survey, for example, 7 in 10 say adults try to restrict teens too much. Off the ice, 16-year-old figure skater Michelle Kwan, the 1996 national and world champion, says her life is sometimes more restricted than she would like. Kwan has never driven her new Jeep without one of her parents in the car. "Even if I wanted to go pick up someone across the street, they'd be like, 'Let me go with you!' " Kwan says, laughing. And while she says she appreciates her parents' concern, like a typical teen she sometimes finds it a bit overblown. "I'm like, 'Don't worry. I'm not going to get killed, you know? I'll be fine!" " For members of the hit R&B group Immature, one issue with their parents was old-fashioned ear piercing — not body piercing, which students in our survey nixed for teens under 16. Marques "Batman" Houston, 15, of Immature, who still has to do chores around the house, could pierce his ears only after talking it over with his parents. And bandmate Jerome "Romeo" Jones, 15, got in trouble for secretly piercing his ears when he was 11. The young celebrities concede that stardom has its perks, such as being allowed into clubs usually off limits to those under 21. But many of these famous teens find their freedom even more restricted than do the young fans who took the survey, and in ways most kids would never even consider. When young celebrities break the rules, it's not just angry parents they

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