Tag Archives: role model

‘Woman to woman’ – what are we all talking about?

– Sexism rating for films: At least two named women characters must talk to each other about something other than men for a film to receive the highest rating for gender equality in Sweden. That doesn’t seem like much of a requirement – two women chatting (but not about men) somewhere within a story lasting […]






Posted on 14 December 2013
Musings: Parenting girls
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Films are a great way of raising issues

You want to inspire your daughter to be all that she can be, films can be a great catalyst. You want to communicate something, find a film and use that as a springboard for talking. When you can’t get a teen to talk – this can be a way in. Here is a list of […]






Posted on 12 December 2013
Musings: Parenting teenagers, Parenting girls
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Blind bit of difference…

    The ball rattles, opponents must call as they go in to tackle, and miraculously nobody crashes! This is blind football.       My children just spent an afternoon learning how to play football blind-folded with the GB Paralympic Football coach, Gary Knight.  I love any challenge that takes people out of their […]






Posted on 22 August 2012
Musings: Parenting girls
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