A Girl With a Book is a scary thing in some parts of the world, did you know? That's what Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai says in praise of education for girls! Sometimes its very clear that the Powers That Be are afraid that girls and women will 'weaponize' knowledge and demand their rights. And, … Continue reading LEADING GIRLS Start a Feminist Bookclub with Online Guides!
Being careful online when using Social Media is a priority for everyone these days, but most especially girls and women! WHAT SHOULD YOU DO if you find yourself in a strange, unpleasant or frightening situation on line? "Everyone, including women should be safe online. The United Nations has recognised internet access as a human right. … Continue reading Slay Those Trolls IRL, Ladies!
School Strikes Greta Thunberg, the Swedish teen who began world wide school strikes for action on Climate Change, has been nominated for a Nobel Prize! Way to go, Greta! See what girls can do?!
Greta Thunberg talks about Climate Action
Read how it happened and why it matters: Lucy Stone, the first woman from MA to get a college degree, abolitionist and suffragist made it happen! Lucy Stone, Suffragist
Learn the names of important women who changed your world for International Women’s Day! If you're glad you don't wear a corset, find out here who set you free! https://apple.news/Am4SeU8zASDeExQrKSERqOg
Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who sparked worldwide school strikes against global warming, has joined thousands of students in Hamburg in calling on politicians to take action on climate change. — Read on http://www.dw.com/en/greta-thunberg-joins-hamburg-school-strike-4-climate/av-47745122
Sometimes, nothing can make you feel worse than looking at the mirror. Society has high standards for all its females, but someone whose body is in the process of changing (puberty) or worse, not changing, to meet the standards of hypothetical beauty can scorch away any self esteem.So, if you worry about how much you eat, how … Continue reading GIRLS HEALTH: Get Happy with Your Body!
Over the last decade or so, we have learned that the girls of the world are more than capable of taking charge and leadership for change! "The Most Famous Teenager in the World": Malala Yousafzai First, there was Malala Yousafzai, the children's education activist from Pakistan. At age 16, , she was horribly injured in … Continue reading GIRLS Taking the Lead on Education, Gun Violence, and Climate Change