Opinion: On kids and masks, I'm following my gut

Cupp is a CNN political commentator.
The views expressed in this commentary are solely hers.
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(CNN) It's happening.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has liberated Americans who are fully vaccinated against Covid-19 from our masks.
Indoors and out, in most situations, we can finally roam face out again.
CuppAfter a year of stuffy-face condensation, fogged-up glasses, smeared lipstick, "mascne" and "I can't tell who that is" polite nodding, won't it be spectacular to feel the sun on our cheeks and the wind on our teeth?
Of course, all of the nuisances that came with masking up were worth it to keep us safe from the virus (and there are many circumstances — flying in an airplane, for example — in which I'm likely to continue the practice in the future).
Except now that vaccinated adults and teens can revel in their rediscovered lower faces, we still don't know what to do about our kids.