You’re a parent. You’re a feminist. But are you a feminist parent?
Feminist parenting is about more than helping your daughter speak up in class. We need to work on our expectations for boys, too. And all children. If we don’t make a MAJOR shift in the way we think about gender and kids, we’ll continue to see the same inequity in the classroom and the boardroom for years and years.
We MUST start with the next generation.
And we must shift our own expectations.
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Learn ways you can start at home or in the classroom TODAY to combat the strong messages kids hear about gender and what it means. Help your child understand that they are brimming with potential, and help free them from narrow gender lines with 7 easy steps.
What do your children know about sexual harassment and sexual assault? The vast majority of teens have parents who have NEVER spoken with them about these topics. Start with what you need to know about consent and how to stand up for their bodies.
Do you worry your daughter will start to dislike her appearance or feel inadequate? Are you nervous about how social media will impact her life? As young as 6 years old, girls think that boys are “more brilliant” than they are. (Gasp!) This can impact her confidence, and her beliefs about her skills and potential.
In just 5-7 minutes a day, the Reboot will give you new and revitalized tools to help your daughter build her authenticity, develop positive body image, trust you more deeply, navigate the media, and jumpstart her leadership skills.
If you have boys, you’re very nervous right now. I hear you. “How do I raise a young boy who respects girls instead of harassing them?” In this video, we dive deep into tips to raise boys to defy the masculinity we now call toxic. Will your son be better than all these men we’ve heard about in the news? Yes, but it takes work. Dive in.
Take the guesswork out. Join us to raise children who embrace their individuality, and feel confident enough to stand up for who they are. Raise the kind of child who still stand up for the kid who’s being picked on.
This isn’t easy, but if we do it together, we can make a true difference.
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