Last year Ellen’s teenage son got caught drinking with friends and her husband decided to ground him for a week, but after a few days decided he had learned his lesson and let him go. Now, her teenage daughter, who is the same age, has been caught drinking with friends. This time he grounded her for a month and won’t let up. Ellen is concerned about the double standard, but her husband insists that girls have different consequences. How can Ellen be fair while ackowleding the reality of dangers for teenage girls?