Young girls 'believe women judged on beauty rather than brains'

Young girls 'believe women judged on beauty rather than brains'
 

More than a third (35%) of seven to 10 year-old girls agreed that women were rated more on their appearance than their abilities - and 36% said they were made to feel their looks were their most important attribute , the Girlguiding's Girls' Attitudes Survey 2016 found.
Campaigners said the findings showed the need to combat the "objectification and harassment " which are "ruining girls' lives".
The survey also revealed low levels of body confidence among girls.
Almost two fifths (38%) of seven to 10 year-olds said they felt they were not pretty enough, while 23% said... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 41
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