Alabama Shakes: You Ain’t Alone:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JO2i4sUZobM
Parents also have to be clear about their own values. Children watch us closely. If you want your children to be able to stand up for their values, you have to do the same. If you believe that a summer spent reading, taking creek walks and playing is better than a specialized camp, then stick to your guns. Parents also have to make sure their own lives are fulfilling. There is no parent more vulnerable to the excesses of overparenting than an unhappy parent. One of the most important things we do for our children is to present them with a version of adult life that is appealing and worth striving for.
… the decreasing age of menstruation has created new social pressures as there is an increasing gap between girls’ biological maturity (that is, being able to get pregnant at age 12 or so) and their mental and emotional maturity (they’re still 12 year old girls), a point activists were trying to make in these misguided PSAs about statutory rape. Brumberg argues that just as this was happening, … cultural understandings of menstruation turned it into a hygiene problem, not a maturational milestone, meaning we give girls information about tampons and sanitary pads but not much about what these changes really mean.
What’s missing from all of these ads is any mention of the word “period” or “menstruation,” or any biological information about the process of a woman’s reproductive system… So, why are we so skeeved out about showing a normal bodily function (or at least talking about it?) I know what you’re thinking, “Well that’s just gross and nobody wants to see that.” But why? Television and movies are full of blood and guts. We’ve seen people disemboweled ten different ways to Sunday and we pay good money to see it! Even poop and pee jokes proliferate throughout the media.
neviditeľné riešenie pre ženy, ktoré “by chceli mať všetko” (síce nesúhlasím, ale čítanie je to zaujímavé)