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It’s dis-empowering, because it’s not really her accomplishment.
It’s training her for a life of being content with gaining prestige from the accomplishments of others (like her potential future spouse), rather than her own achievements.
Reply Hi Katie, I thought this article was very good and it really makes me think about what we admire in little girls, I think we need to have a balance in how much emphasis we put on how they look. I usually don’t go on about looks to my 2 nieces, but in the future I’m going to be more cunning with steering the conversation.
And you’re right about the dieting/weight issue, my nieces are 4 and 6 and both are troubled by this!
I don’t remember doing that when I was a young girl.
But certainly by the time I was 12 I was worried I was fat.
Whether or not “looking good” is based on genetics or conscious choices the child made when selecting their outfit and grooming may be too fine a distinction for a five year old to make and they could easily parse it down to “I’m pretty” or “I’m not pretty.” (or handsome).
Alas, it was about girls and what they wore, and how their wardrobe choices defined their identities. Here’s to changing the world, one little girl at a time.
” Purplicious was Maya’s pick and a new one to me, as Maya snuggled next to me on the sofa and proudly read aloud every word, about our heroine who loves pink but is tormented by a group of girls at school who only wear black.
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