Boys Will Be Girls…And Girls Will Be Boys

My challenge to all youth-development professionals is this: Take an honest look at how your beliefs about boys’ and girls’ abilities and predilections have shaped your program, your staff’s attitudes, and your training priorities. Now ask two essential questions: What have I said, built, or endorsed that is based on a false assumption about male-female differences? How would I redesign things if there were no differences between boys and girls?

If you answer these two questions honestly, I guarantee you’ll make improvements.

Dr. Christopher Thurber 

 

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