This month, Girls Leadership book clubs will read books about girls who know who they are, and decide to be true to themselves by using the written word to explore their identities, express themselves, and make sense of the world.
The MEDIAGIRLS Youth Advisory Board gives advice for dads and male guardians looking to stay close with their daughters. 3 min read
This month, Girls Leadership book clubs will read books in which the main characters take control of their lives by thinking for themselves, making bold choices, and taking action that furthers their own hopes and dreams.
Labeling someone a Mean Girl is easier than sorting out a conflict. “We wouldn’t call our girls bitches! But “mean girls” is just ‘bitches jr.’ So let’s not use it anymore. 6min read
From cyber-predators to sexting scandals to slut pages – young girls need to be empowered and equipped to know they are never alone in today’s virtual playground. 3 min read
The books for the third Girl & Grown-Up Book Club meeting of the 2017-2018 school year feature characters who face big changes and must adjust to new realities in life and in relationships.
Bestselling author Sophie Kinsella’s latest novel, My Not So Perfect Life, addresses the theme of how lonely social media can make us feel when we compare our real lives to the curated, perfect lives of others.
Our girls need to know the power of their voice. They need to learn it early. To learn this, our girls will be looking at us. 4 min read
With outdoor time reduced by 50% in the last 20 years, and the average teen now spending nine hours a day looking at a screen, the time has come to formalize our commitment to getting outdoors.
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