TELL TO THE LITTLE GIRLS…JUST TO BE THEMSELVES!

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I read this interesting reflection of an Italian writer and teacher about education and gender and I’ve decided to translate and share with you. It is about how we can change the freedom of our children by educating them to become just themselves without gender rules and bias. Enjoy it 😀

 

« Tell to the little girls that they haven’t to be always kind, that the anger is a normal state of mind and it is good to feel it. And tell also to them that if someone is treating them bad, they can defend themselves and protest as well. And if they are intimidated, they can put their kindness aside and raise their voice! Get angry is their own right! Say to yours little girls that “no” is an allowed answer as the others. Someone in their lifetime will expect they are always compliant and submissive: they must to be prepared. Teach to your little girls to say what they think and that there are non-negotiable things, like the respect and the life. Teach them that also assertiveness can be a value and that they can achieve what they want provided that they will try hard and they will be capable. Let them get passionate to Sciences, Maths and to all the scientific subjects which are monopoly of male. This one will lead them to give themselves high aims and won’t contribute to the so-called “feminization of poverty”. Say to them that it isn’t necessary everyone likes you at all costs and it isn’t also necessary to have an attitude everyone likes, but what matters is just to like yourself. Moreover if they don’t want wear a party dress nor a skirt nor the opposite, respect their will. Others are the important bargaining. Say to the little girls that diligence and perseverance matter and the mistakes as well. If they have success, repeat to them they deserved it. No one gifts with nothing, especially to females. Many women think they don’t deserve their successes. Plus if they are leaders, don’t label them as overbearing and don’t try to change continuously their behavior. Leadership isn’t just a male attitude. Let’s speak with our little girls in order to make them became independent, responsible and autonomous human being taking decision, believing always in themselves, in their projects, in their value. Let’s not limit them because of they are little girls. The spoken, heard, perceived words become acts: put still, stay composed, don’t climb, cross your legs, don’t sweat, don’t run , don’t disturb! We do in our life, we don’t disturb and sometimes we are so still that we are unhappy. It is up to us defend their freedom and build their future in a way it will be better than ours. »

 

Written by: Vanessa Torcasso