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Words Matter: Debate Like Our Kids Are Listening

“She gained a massive amount of weight… and is disgusting.” “Fat pig. Loser. Dog.” “Grab them by the psy.” Enough. We cannot stand by a single moment longer and accept a toxic environment that dismisses hateful language as “politics as usual” or “locker room talk.” Why? Well, because basic human decency. And because our kids are listening. A recent study showed that only half of girls see themselves as leaders.
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