I planned on writing a post about social media today, either tips on tackling Twitter or answers to some FAQs from clients, but then I came across this video in Slate.
Watch it. It’s worth two minutes of your time.
It was created by a company called GoldieBlox, a toy company who wants girls to know there’s more to life than dolls and princesses. This ad speaks to girls who are interested in science and exploring, solving problems and getting a little dirty in the process.
What do you think?
Are we making any progress breaking through gender stereotypes? Or are they not a problem?
Does a person’s gender affect how you communicate with him? If you hire her? How much you pay him? How you treat her?
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What can I say? I love to make people think and open up discussions on debatable topics. So let’s discuss. All opinions welcome!
Video courtesy of GoldieBlox
A tomboy at heart,
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