Edmund White (novelist) in his autobiography 'My Lives'
Through friends my age I have noticed that as teenage boys and girls become more and more beautiful their parents are reduced to continual spluttering rages against them. It's enough for a slim-waisted, broad-shouldered lad to come skateboarding up to the curb with a flick of his full black hair and two dark red roses surfacing in his white cheeks to make his balding, stooped father yelp with hate-heavy vituperation. I suppose hate is the only way to divert criminal desire - or an equally acknowledgment of envy and spite.
source: Edmund White (novelist) in his autobiography 'My Lives'; Quote taken from Destroyer #3; The book was published in 2006