What do young women demand...
We Demand the right
- To be respected
- Be able to walk anywhere
- To be judged by my personality and intellect not my looks
- To choose what job we want
- To dress and look how you want
- To not be wolf whistled at
- To not be stalked (internet, real life)
- To have independence
- To not be expected to do house work
- To not be expected to cook all the meals
- To play sports without being judged e.g. Football
- To get your hair cut the way you want
- To wear whatever you want to without being judged
- Not to be stereotyped
- To walk around the streets without being raped or sexual assaulted
- Demand the right not to be labelled
- The right to say no
- To walk in a dark lonely area without being scared of attack
- At work – to be equal to men
- To be safe
- Wear what you want and not be mocked
- Have an opinion
- To be heard and respected – not to be called names e.g. fat, slag etc
- To be gay
- Not to be touched without consent
- To do what you want
- To like to be bi-sexual and not be called/branded a slag
- To look the way we want and not be judged
- Demand the right that girls can have their own choices and opinions
- That girls shouldn’t’ get judged for who they are
- To have the same choices of what to do such as jobs
- Girls shouldn’t get hit or be judged for being lesbian/gay or bisexual
- Treated the same at home, no favourites
- Respect each other the same!
- Right to take part in all sports activities
- Right to be in charge such as being the Prime Minister and more
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