It's racked up more than 3 million views in two days.
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Dr. Jen Welter wants young athletes to play #LikeAGirl.
Dr. Jen Welter wants young athletes to play #LikeAGirl.
Olympic gold medalist and World Cup winning US soccer star Alex Morgan discusses why she's teamed up with Always to back the #LikeAGirl campaign.
"You are worth it and you deserve to play whatever sport you want to play."
"#LikeAGirl" showed the world what the power of creativity and the desire for good can create. The world we operate in has
The media holds a large influence over our culture and society. Not only does it provide entertainment and advertisement, but it also acts as a reflection of our values, beliefs, and self-understanding.
It's time for society to stop telling girls what they should and shouldn't do. And instead through the quietest whispers
Nobel Peace Prize winner and education activist Malala Yousafzai is quoted with saying, "Every girl deserves to take part in creating the technology that will change our world and change who runs it."
Why so much activity stirring around the boundaries of gender? And why now? As cultural insight mavens, we see something fundamental taking place. Some people are calling it the Fourth Wave of feminism. Fed up with everyday sexism and forged by other forms of activism, women are empowered by social media and other communications technologies.
We talk a lot about raising strong girls, about challenging them to break stereotypes, about pushing them to do anything boys can do. But what about our boys?
In the pork industry and in much of animal agriculture, it's actually the female animals who are the most abused.
When I was 20, I came home from college with a broken finger. The doctor couldn't quite understand how a football caused a fracture near the knuckle of my ring finger. It made sense that he couldn't make sense of it. Because I didn't break it playing football. I broke it hitting Brad.
What that bottom-line focused corporation made, at great expense, was a PSA for women's empowerment. How cool is that?
Let's take a cue from the #LikeAGirl campaign and change the conversation to empower rather than denigrate girls and women.
When one woman succeeds, we all succeed. I have seen it. So take action today, whatever it may be, because when you empower others, you empower yourself... you change lives, including your own. And that's how you change the world. It's up to us, ladies. We can do it... together!
Leah Majeski/Twitter the difference between like a boy and like a girl is that "#LikeABoy" has never been used as a generalized