Invisible

I speak as a woman, an educator, a mother, sister, aunt, friend, child in the seventies and teen in the eighties. Real women have never been so invisible, undervalued, misrepresented, corralled and shape shifted. We had an eclectic mix of varied roles models to identify with and real pride in the female over the feminine. No one confused page 3 with anything other than male titallation. Girls today have pornogrphy for music videos, wags for celebrities and product sponsored bloggers for best friends. Mr Murdock et al take note, your days are numbered. When our misguided teens grew out of transtopiathey will blame you and your ilk for sending them there. Their parents, counsellors and teachers, already do.

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