Since part of the Girltopia Journey high school age Girl Scouts are asked to submit a Pinterest post representing what they think belongs in their Girltopia. Since not everyone has a Pinterest account, here is a collection.
Truth is saying that women put in the same amount of work as men, and asking why they aren’t receiving the same rights and pay as men. She was a large figure in the fight for women’s suffrage. Two centuries later, her words still prove relevant. With many jobs still extremely male-dominated, and women making less than male counterparts even in the same position, women are looking for change.
Many successful, capable women have had a disdainful person tell them that their career is “a man’s job,” and therefore they should not be performing it. Some may have the false belief that women aren’t strong or intelligent, and so consequently they cannot be in the medical field, for example. But woman can do any job a man can do! A woman can be a leader, a scientist, a doctor, a politician, or anything that she wants to be. Professions aren’t exclusive to one gender or another
This makes me sad. Women are warriors but the media does not represent how courageous and brave and tough we really are. For years we’ve had men superheroes and damsels in distress. And it wasn’t until 2017 that we finally got our first female solo superhero on the movie screen. These days people are more educated on what a woman is able to do and what she is capable of. But we still have so many mountains we have to climb to be seen as physically equal to men. But, I am very happy we are gettin
As girls we are told our whole lives that we are supposed to be these delicate little flowers. That we should say nothing and do nothing, and we should just abide by everything that the world tells us to do. People think that you can make change just by being nice but that doesn’t always work. If you look at any moment in history where something monumental happened, it happened because someone was courageous enough to take action and do what was right. And I get bet you that being nice wasn’t ho