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Saying NO to gender stereotypes empowered me to write this book.
With this realization, I started writing and designing a colorful children’s book called “How to Be a Good* Girl.” My mission is inspiring young girls to identify and overcome gender stereotypes.
My book gives them a creative and safe place via guiding questions to express how they feel about stereotypes. Its purpose is to inspire young girls to stand up for themselves and others while encouraging parents to support their children no matter who they are or who they want to be.
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Let’s end gender stereotypes now.
I am incredibly passionate about helping girls around the world with something I have struggled with for most of my life.
I believe in speaking out when systems want to oppress groups and keep communities from thriving.
This has encouraged me to share a part of myself, to show you why I started created this book. There are millions of women out there who have went through the same struggles as me. It is not just my book; it is their book, too.
As a full-time designer, I strive to lead and partner with communities by designing tools to elevate their pains. I hope everyone, especially women and minorities, will be encouraged to speak up and will inspire other women to do the same.
I am currently working to publish the book. If you believe “How to Be a Good* Girl” is necessary, please consider supporting it in a way that works for you:
Feel free to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you for all women being strong and brave.
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