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He'll ask her out if he's interested.

Girls do indeed have a self-image problem, it is disturbing that young girls worry about weight and looks so much. However, the author makes completely unfounded leaps of logic based on nothing other than her opinion and tries to link them to the few statistics she tosses out. Journalistic quackery.


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It has become a widespread phenomenon, the number of teenage girls and boys, men and women who participate are rapidly increasing, and with this too comes the rise of moral panic within societies.

Yes if you like him then ask him out.

"I feel that if a guy likes you enough then he'll ask you out. You don't have to ask him."
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I also like to go out, make myself pretty, and wear cute clothes, shoes, and makeup. There’s nothing wrong with that. The trick is to balance it with my work life- which is as much a part of who I am as the woman who puts on a fancy dress and heels to go out on Friday night. There’s a time and place for both. I’m so very, very thankful my mom (and dad too!!) encouraged the entire picture, and a balanced viewpoint- it’s great to love what you love- whether it’s taking apart engines and feeling a sense of accomplishment, or sewing (or wearing) a beautiful dress that fits one perfectly and makes them look (and feel) beautiful, and feeling the same sense of accomplishment.

Lynn, I think this is a good point. We shouldn’t overemphasize appearance with young girls, but appearance IS a component of how you influence other people. We shouldn’t teach anyone that their value is solely in their appearance, but I think we definitely should equip them with the tools they need to use appearance to its best advantage. So when my hypothetical future daughter goes out on the field to beat the opposing team, I can tell her that a determined face and stance are good visual weapons to convey dominance. When she goes for a job interview, I can advise her that studies have shown that women wearing a certain amount of makeup are perceived as more competent, and we can shop for sharp, professional working clothes together. And when she’s going out on dates, or places where she might meet single people she’s interested in, I can teach her about how to show off her good looks to pique a potential partner’s interest, so she can then reel him/her in with the rest of her attractive traits (her personality, her brain, her values, etc.). But in all those cases, appearance should be treated as just one more tool that you use in order to achieve your goals, not something that defines you.

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nothing is “written”, don’t be obtuse. There are however, damaging pressures on young girls and women (and older ones) to be all about looks, and all about airbrushed, unachievable looks at that. A counterbalance is essential.

Thanks for this. I have a young son, 14, who is very conscious of his appearance. Has been since he could talk. He has a lot of girl-friends that I take home from school and I am always asking them what they learned in school today. One positive thing and one negative thing. And how they can work through the negative. They are all teenagers and I want to help them to love themselves they way they are. It’s hard and frustrating to hear them talk down about themselves. Thanks for your words.

Gym classes have boys lifting weights for strength and girls involved in aerobics for flexibility.
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So very true. I feel that the idea of ??treating children more equally, whether they are boys or girls, has turned since I grew up in the 1970s. It’s not that I want us to make girls into boys and vice versa, but today the understanding of how a boy and a girl should “be”, is just too narrow. We are back in the 1950´s and 1960´s…

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Just a thought….while I do agree with you in some ways …I feel that telling a little girl that she is beautiful (just the way she is) sends a message as well. I started by telling my Granddaughter ….”You are beautiful. You are kind. You are smart. You are important. ” just like in the movie The Help! Little boys as well as little girls should have that confirmation to give them the self-esteem they need to carry on in this world. Telling someone they are pretty or beautiful is just what some people need. I would however, stress the smart, kind, important as well. Then continue with the books or special talent they might have….like dance, gymnastics or soccer.

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As a father of a little girl, I must tell you that not only is my daughter beautiful, but all little girls are beautiful. As long as we teach and remind them that beauty is really on the inside, things should work out. As far as the ABC poll about little girls “worrying” about being fat, that’s nonsense. Kids just don’t grasp those self image concepts at that age. They just don’t.

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Wow, I obviously came to this article a few years late but I think it’s awesome. I’m getting to the point now where I’m thinking about having kids, and it’s such a huge deal to teach little girls that their value isn’t based on their appearance. Growing up my sister and I were cute little girls and we would get compliments all the time, but nobody was as impressed as the day I spelled Mississippi all by myself at a family birthday party. I still remember the feeling, and I want that for my kids. Thanks for the reminder!

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Good point! Still, I’m a psychologist, and a woman, and I love getting a bit girly, like getting dressed up and stuff – would it not ultimately depend on the personality and preferences of the kid? I never fail to compliment someone on anything about them I find appealing… looks, clothes, manners, nice hands, good taste in lunch choice… I hope we can ultimately just be real with each other and have no rules. Having say that, it was a point well made and I will probably approach the next kiddy encounter a little differently.

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