What scares me most is not the terrible things some men say about women. It's how many women believe them. And then teach their daughters to adopt the same stereotypical outlook.
ARE WOMEN HARMING THEMSELVES?
While it's common nowadays for strong women to posture themselves against misogynistic men, many of us neglect to address the fellow women who perpetuate those ideas in everyday life.
Unwitting products of their generation, they box themselves -and other women- into a narrow definition of what a woman should be. "Because they are looked up to as examples and mentors for young girls, they do more harm than any man could.
How do we make a change?
No one can make you feel inferior without your consent." Are we unconsciously consenting to be inequal?
What negative female stereotype do you think women perpetuate? How would you set a girl on a different path of self-realization?
Watch this interesting preview for the documentary "Miss Representation"