Why It's Great to Be a Girl: 50 Awesome Reasons Why We Rule! by Jacqueline Shannon

By Jacqueline Shannon

Why it really is nice to Be a woman is a must have for each lady from six to 16! Chock-full of interesting proof, enlightening girl-knowledge, and significant old milestones—even a listing of significant books written by means of women—here is a assured vainness booster for younger adult females all over . . . and it truly is plenty of enjoyable too! in the end, what lady would not think nice approximately herself figuring out that:

  • girls pay attention greater than boys
  • girls force higher than boys
  • girls' our bodies are more desirable than boys' in each approach, aside from muscles
  • girls are much less liable to significant diseases
  • and, in response to many anthropologists and archaeologists, ladies truly ''civilized'' humankind!

So prepare for an eye-opening trip during the awesomeness of girldom—with the last word consultant to why being a woman is the final word in cool!

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In 2004, for the first time in history, women made up the majority of medical school applicants. It’s been predicted that by 2010 about 40 percent of American physicians will be women. Geneticist Ann Moir and writer David Jessel, who together wrote Brain Sex: The Real Difference Between Men and Women, say that women’s “superiority in sensitivity and verbal ability” probably makes us not just better doctors than men but better priests, legislators, and judges as well. P P BONUS! Women also make better astronauts.

And although many adults have a problem with the witchcraft elements in the books, the fact remains that Harry is responsible for getting a whole generation of kids interested in reading books. Incidentally, the first-ever novel, The Tale of Genji, was written by a woman, Lady Murasaki Shikibu, in eleventh-century Japan. 38 WHY IT’S GREAT TO BE A GIRL It was thanks to the efforts of a woman that most Americans obtained the right to vote. 19 H ere’s how the Organization for Equal Education of the Sexes (OEES) explains it: While George Washington helped win the vote for fewer than two million white men and Abraham Lincoln helped win the vote for fewer than one million black men, Susan B.

A. Sargent of California, introduced into Congress the Susan B. Anthony Amendment, which would grant women the right to vote throughout the United States. But because most politicians were nowhere near as enlightened as Sargent, the amendment would not become law for another forty-two years. Long before that, Anthony died. Did she die full of self-pity that she would not live to see women get the right she had fought so long for? No way. She died full of optimism. ” And just three weeks before her own death in 1906, a seriously ill Anthony—she’d had a stroke—made a speech at the annual suffrage convention, in which she asserted: “I have never lost my faith, not for a moment.

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