International Teen Blogger: Young Women’s Health Talk
“Don’t be bossy”, Speak out for young women,
Join us at the Landa Library at 2:00pm to speak out for young women everywhere and discuss current issues involving the low self esteem we drill into the minds of young girls.
Have a voice and brainstorm ideas to change the horrible situation we are putting girls through.
Don’t let confident girls be labeled bossy. Speak out! Engage with other teen girls at the library and give yourself a voice.
Become an advocate and join the circle of young women to discuss the current situation of young women and how we can make a difference.
March is Women’s Health Month!
Some questions to think about:
Why do you think that young girls have experienced such drops in their self-esteem?
How can we prevent labeling confident girls negatively?
What struggles have you experienced in your personal life to reflect how women’s self esteem drops?
Why is it so hard to maintain self-esteem and a positive self image?
Who are your female role models and why?
Do women in positions of power have to display themselves as less feminine to maintain the respect of their co-workers and employees?
Is the female image associated with weakness?
If a woman is powerful is she seen as more masculine?
Can we change the associated of women and weakness for future generations or is it instilled in human nature?
What health issues can be linked to negative self-esteem?
Is change best achieved through teachers, public statements, or does society itself has to change?