Perhaps the Bonesshell corporation has a good and valid reason for claiming that it has noconnection to the Bones private-island country club.** Perhaps this sortof thing goes on all the time among the private charities of the privileged.
Among the early initiates of the order were Henry Rootes Jackson (S&B1839), a leader of the 1861 Georgia Secession Convention and post-Civil Warpresident of the Georgia Historical Society (thus the false accounts of the``good old slavery days'' and the ``bad northern invaders''); John Perkins,Jr.
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Although I like what you are saying about appreciating our girls for their brains, I am also tired of the suppression of gender differences. It’s natural and normal for girls to want to feel pretty; the problem is when it becomes their identity. Like almost everything else in the world from wine to work – it is all about balance and moderation. I think this may be what you are trying to say…
“I LOVE books,” I said. “Do you?”
So very true. I feel that the idea of ??treating children more equally, whether they are boys or girls, has turned since I grew up in the 1970s. It’s not that I want us to make girls into boys and vice versa, but today the understanding of how a boy and a girl should “be”, is just too narrow. We are back in the 1950´s and 1960´s…
“YES,” she said. “And I can read them all by myself now!”
I came from a large extended family whose members placed a LOT of importance on appearance. My daughter is almost college age now, but as she grew I worked very hard to change that environment. Any time I could, I nurtured her creativity and intellect and cheered accomplishments instead of focusing on her looks.
“What’s your favorite book?” I asked.
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“I’ll go get it! Can I read it to you?”
Our girls are bombarded daily by the media, especially magazine covers in checkout lanes, reinforcing the message that women who aren’t thin, tall, or beautiful don’t matter. Turning that around can be very difficult, especially in the middle school years when girls often become more body-conscious due to puberty changes. I would love to see more programs in the schools and youth groups in the late elementary years to address this…..here in the south many girls are often worried about being attractive by 3rd and 4th grade. Unfortunately a negative body-image theme often creates much larger self-esteem problems in the upper grades, and again when dating begins.
Here’s to changing the world, one little girl at a time.
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