Introduction Welcome! This guide can be incorporated towards any of the girl scout journeys. The Girltopia Journey is all about creating our own utopia for women and learning about the obstacles women face daily. Finally, I could not have completed my Take Action Project without certain people.
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Sisters of the world unite So we can win the fight or right. Never over, never won But then again… We can prove them wrong!! Everyone tells us to give up and then criticizes us if we do.
I wrote this to show people that we need to work, fight, and stand together to prove to the people that hold us back, that they are wrong. Because we are stronger and smarter than they believe. Note: The gallery view below crops the pictures. Click on the photo to see the entire image.
Looking for Girltopia Inspiration? This quote demonstrates the true ambition of Mary Wollstonecraft as well as the purpose of Girltopia. Thus, her experience and wishes reflect the purpose of Girltopia and the great need for female empowerment globally.
I chose to share this video because it depicts they way society shapes the minds of girls over time. The younger girls in the video have yet to be exposed to the parts of society that change the way they see the phrase "like a girl".
When the older girls were asked to act out the motions "like a girl" they moved slower or with less form; awkwardly. To the older girls, "like a girl" meant weaker, less capable. The phrase insinuates that girls are less capable than boys. It makes it seem as if it is a negative thing to be a girl. This has a major impact on the self-esteem of young girls as they go through puberty and are trying to understand and love themselves and the changes that have happened to them. Girls should grow up understanding how lucky and awesome it is to be a girl, instead of being ashamed.
Being a girl is a beautiful thing and more girls should be told that as they grow up. I believe this is so important. What do girls on the Girltopia journey believe in or care about? This page is full of contirbutions by girls taking the journey. Like these. In my Girltopia, this is something I think all girls should have access to. There are many reasons I choose this phototo represent Girltopia. The first reason is the idea that the world is in your hand.
You have the power to mold it and shape into the ideal world. The second reason being if you have some small actions and lots of people that creates a big change for the world. But if you have other people helping you and supporting you the more people want to see it change. If one person can do one thing that helps maybe only five people.
And if two people do the exact same thing that would help ten people and if a third person helps it can help 15 people and so on and so forth. The more people helping to change the world the more it will change and stay that way for years to come.
And then there you have it. Everyone is just equal. We took home first place overall the two years we competed. Almost all would dedicate a good portion of this win to the fact that we had girls. Girls are naturally different than boys and there is nothing that can be changed about it. Having girls in the crew brings in new aspects, such as planning, that would not be as highlighted in an all-boy setting. Instead of ignoring differences, we recognized them and used them to our advantage.
Having girls is not a challenge, but an advantage. In the Victorian Era, around the s to s, society expected women to stay at home as housewives and do chores, cook, take care of children, etc. Although current society still gives more favors towards men, the Victorian Era was more harsh. But what is society to assume that?
So the painting is another sign that women were expected to give up their lives for their children because all the pictures drawn that time have mothers looking at their children. Also check out our main Pinterest page.
Girltopia Journey Weekend
The easy instructions will allow them to complete all the steps, and guide them through the planning of a Take Action project. Hands-on activities will keep their interest. You will need 4 different objects 2 of each. Then, where none of the participants can see, arrange the set of the objects. Maybe place the pen horizontally in the middle of the binder open to page 4 and put the pinecone centered above the binder. Then gather the participants, and explain the game. There will be 1 builder, 1 runner, and 1 looker.
Ideas for the Senior Girltopia Journey