Girls Sex Navigating The Complicated New Landscape

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Girls Sex

Author : Peggy Orenstein
ISBN : 9780062674753
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 57.65 MB
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A generation gap has emerged between parents and their girls. The mothers and fathers of tomorrow’s women have little idea what their daughters are up to sexually or how they feel about it. Drawing on in-depth interviews with more than seventy young women and a wide range of psychologists, academics, and experts, renowned journalist Peggy Orenstein goes where most others fear to tread, pulling back the curtain on the hidden truths, hard lessons, and important possibilities of girls’ sex lives in the modern world.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Girl Positive Library Inspiring Confidence Creativity And Curiosity In Young Women

Author : Mary Ann Harlan
ISBN : 9781440860645
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 74.11 MB
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Providing a model of critique useful in readers advisory, collection development, and book clubs, this title encourages the inclusion of young adult titles advancing a positive representation of girls in programming and instruction. • Looks at YA books through a feminist lens • Provides a list of recommended titles with annotations and discussion questions • Provides insights into YA books to consider for collection development and programming in an area of current interest • Includes descriptions of programming ideas to use in both school and public library settings
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

What Girls Need

Author : Marisa Porges
ISBN : 9781473571518
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 54.83 MB
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The key ingredient to success for girls isn’t confidence or resilience, education or courage. What matters most is how all these elements work together in the boldest way possible. This is What Girls Need, now and for the future. Based on ground-breaking work at the all-girls Baldwin School, renowned for helping girls thrive personally and professionally, and using lessons from the author’s own stellar career path in typically male-dominated environments - she has a BA from Harvard in Geophysics, flown jets for the US Navy and been a counter-terrorism expert in Afghanistan and the White House - this is an essential hand-book for all parents of girls - and anyone who cares about girls and what happens to them. It will empower you to help her close the confidence gap with boys, find her voice, nurture her competitive spirit, turn her audacity into persuasion, learn the art and skill of networking, and find role models – all the things that will help her succeed as an adult woman – whatever field they enter, whatever challenge they face.
Category: Family & Relationships

Playing With America S Doll

Author : Emilie Zaslow
ISBN : 9781137566492
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 66.98 MB
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This critical account of the American Girl brand explores what its books and dolls communicate to girls about femininity, racial identity, ethnicity, and what it means to be an American. Emilie Zaslow begins by tracing the development of American Girl and situates the company’s growth and popularity in a social history of girl power media culture. She then weaves analyses of the collection’s narrative and material representations with qualitative research on mothers and girls. Examining the dolls with both a critical eye and a fan’s curiosity, Zaslow raises questions about the values espoused by this iconic American brand.
Category: Social Science

The Girl In The Text

Author : Ann Smith
ISBN : 9781789203257
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 53.68 MB
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How are girls represented in written and graphic texts, and how do these representations inform our understanding of girlhood? In this volume, contributors examine the girl in the text in order to explore a range of perspectives on girlhood across borders and in relation to their positionality. In literary and transactional texts, girls are presented as heroes who empower themselves and others with lasting effect, as figures of liberating pedagogical practice and educational activism, and as catalysts for discussions of the relationship between desire and ethics. In these varied chapters, a new notion of transnationalism emerges, one rooted not only in the process through which borders between nation-states become more porous, but through which cultural and ethnic imperatives become permeable.
Category: Social Science

Third Base Ain T What It Used To Be

Author : Logan Levkoff
ISBN : 9781453262924
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 76.71 MB
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Renowned sexologist Dr. Logan Levkoff’s groundbreaking parents’ guide for discussing sex with today’s teenagers “When it comes to sex, most of us are clueless,” writes sexologist and sexuality educator Dr. Logan Levkoff. “Yes, we know how to have sex, but we have no idea how to teach our kids about it.” With the cultural discussion surrounding sex growing increasingly charged, Levkoff’s insightful how-to book equips parents with the tools and perspectives necessary for navigating this complicated landscape and talking about sex with their children in a healthy and productive way. Covering everything from anatomy and puberty to pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, Levkoff offers the facts and candid advice that parents can use to bring their values and experiences into the discussion on sexuality.
Category: Health & Fitness