How to raise strong girls in the age of everyday sexism.
From the moment they're born, our daughters face a barrage of unhealthy messages about what it means to be female. Whether they are praised for being pretty, not smart, or accused of being bossy, rather than strong, teaching girls how to be comfortable being themselves has never been a bigger challenge. And in the age of social media trolls, internet pornography and overly sexualised children's clothes, our daughters are finding it harder than ever to stay young, carefree and happy.
The solution, however, is not avoidance, but equipping our daughters to navigate this world without losing their innocence. From combatting the Lolita effect, to teaching girls how to accept their bodies, Girls Uninterrupted is packed with expert advice and up- to-date research that will show you how your daughter can grow up to be a strong, confident woman.
Tanith Carey is the author of six books, ranging from biography to social history and parenting. She writes opinion and features for a wide range of publications all over the world including the Guardian, the Independent, the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Mail, Grazia, Woman and Woman's Own and the New York Daily News.
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