This Video Dispels “Like A Girl” Stereotypes. [Video]
Everybody has a mother. Some of us have sisters, daughters. It’s long been an insult to tell someone they do something (running, throwing, hitting) “like a girl.” Young people can be particularly cruel, and insensitive. When I was in junior high school, I met a girl who changed a lot of my perceptions. We dated on and off for a couple years. She sang soprano in the chorus, played in the school band, was a cheerleader, and competed on the swim team. She was smart, beautiful, and feminine. She didn’t do things “like a girl.” If you have a daughter, granddaughter, or little sister, please show her this video.