Who run the world…Girls!

  • Being confident is a great sign of self-love, and it helps us to stay away from comparing. We are happy in our skin and at peace in our minds. Being confident is a comfort. We can always go the extra mile by sharing our confidence with others, but at the end of the day, being confident is a personal accomplishment.
  • They’re not afraid to show vulnerability. Being vulnerable helps us to work through our emotions easier, instead of ignoring them. Vulnerability fosters good emotional and mental health. Vulnerability also is a sign of courage. We become more resilient and brave when we embrace who we truly are and what we are feeling.
  • Are able to ask for help. Asking for help shows signs of strength, confidence, and resourcefulness. Shows courage and resilience. Women are being honest within themselves. This way allows her to process, and work together, encouraging healthy wellbeing. In a world where people expect problems to be solved fast, surrounding yourself with people who can help you in different situations is highly valuable.
  • Has determination. Being determined means having a firm decision or goal and not wavering in your pursuit of achieving it. is a firmness of purpose or resoluteness.
  • Busy, vibrant, and goal-orientated woman who doesn’t wait for a man to validate her existence.
  • Is not afraid to share her opinions and speak her truth. She listens, but she doesn’t allow other problems to bring her down.
  • Loves unconditionally from the time she is a little girl to the day she passes. She is always willing to take care of others. She loves. And never stops loving.
  1. Evaluating and then breaking down traditional gender roles in private relationships as well as in public policies
  2. Understanding rape as an expression of patriarchal power, not a seeking of sex
  3. Understanding prostitution under patriarchy as the oppression of women, sexually and economically
  4. A critique of motherhood, marriage, the nuclear family, and sexuality, questioning how much of our culture is based on patriarchal assumptions
  5. A critique of other institutions, including government and religion, as centred historically in patriarchal power

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