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Clarissa's Blog

An academic's opinions on feminism, politics, literature, philosophy, teaching, academia, and a lot more.

Not Only Athletes

There are 12 girls and 2 boys in the music class. There are 7 girls and 1 boy at the read-and-play group at the library. There are 11 girls and 1 boy at the cooking class for 7-10 year-olds. 

I wish people didn’t only take boys to sports-related activities. The world has known men who ended up being musicians, writers, scholars, and chefs. It’s not like all men are athletes and women are everything else.

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2 thoughts on “Not Only Athletes

  1. raddledoldtart on said:

    My two sons (and I) have taken a lot of criticism over the years due to their love of dance – even Highland dancing which was invented by and for men!! I find it terribly sad that some parents say they would never take their boys to a dance class.

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