Girls of seven expect to be rated on looks



Fall in young women’s body confidence found
GIRLS as young as seven believe that women are judged solely on looks rather than their brains and personality, a survey revealed yesterday.
More than a third of girls (36 per cent) said they had been made to feel that appearances were the most important attribute, according to the Girls’ Attitudes Survey conducted by Girlguiding.
Slightly fewer girls — 35 per cent of the 1,627 seven to 10- year-olds surveyed nationwide — said women were rated more on appearances than abilities, which suggests that they expect to be judged similarly when they are... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Editorial, Views: 33
Source: Morning Star
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