I’ve had a few inquiries lately asking for advice on good girl empowerment-themed websites/blogs . Here’s 10 of my top picks in no particular order (ie they’re all great.) 1) A Mighty Girl – this is very much consumer-driven, but it’s an absolute treasure trove of products that don’t perpetuate girly stereotypes. The creators say it’s ‘the world’s largest collection of …
This is truly outrageous. And not in a good way.
My first mistake was typing ‘girl’s’ before ‘pirate costume.’
I bought a Lammily! I bought a Lammily!
It’s kind of poignant that it happened over a broken Barbie doll. I’ve never felt comfortable with those tip-toed, big-breasted, doe-eyed things.
I was recently eavesdropping on a conversation between my three-year-old daughter, Libby, and our four-year-old neighbour, Nick, as they played outside. Nick: Do you have a boyfriend?
She toddled out to the lounge room looking like some sort of bejewelled, Dame Edna-ish dwarf.
There must be something in the water.