I have been described in a number of ways but one way that stands out the most to me is being called the "mom" of the group. Most friend groups have one person who is deemed the "mom" and that person is typically a mini-mom who is always looking out for her friends. As the … Continue reading MOM
Growing up I was an adventurous little girl and my parents never really pressured me into doing girly things. I hated playing barbies, playing house, and was never really into dress-up or makeup. In general, I just didn't like the typical things little girls did. I liked playing outside, collecting rocks, building things, and playing … Continue reading I’m a Girl…So What?
Today a majority of the ads that are on TV are sexist and portray men and women in their stereotypical roles. Women are constantly being placed in subjective ads that make them appear as if they were powerless and sex objects. Men, on the other hand, are made out to seem strong and tough. In … Continue reading Women Are Worth More
The main reason for Lou Gehrig's "Farewell to Baseball" address was to announce his retirement from the New York Yankees due to his terminal illness. On June 19, 1939 Gehrig was diagnosed with ALS at the age of 35 and told that the illness was moving rapidly throughout his body. Less than a month later, on July 4, 1939, Gehrig … Continue reading Farewell to Baseball
Phrases like "you hit like a girl," or "you run like a girl" are typical examples of figurative language used within our society; however no one tends to think about the effect it could have on young girls. Always created this campaign in order to inspire young girls to be something more than what society wants … Continue reading #LikeAGirl
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