WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH 2020
AROUND THE WEB AND THEN SOME
As many of you know I love to use my 👍✨ signature emoji mash-up when commenting on posts around the web, but did you know when I type it, in my head I am saying "most excellent"? When I use my 💜✨ combo I say "love this"! I say "go" in my head when I hit enter, too. Heh heh. However, for some reason I do not mentally shout #JazzHands when I type this favorite emoji string of mine🙌🙌🙌. Ha! Are there any weird things you do when hopping around the internet?
I am re-reading the LotR books, so I thought this would be a wonderful read for Women's History Month.
A DANCE WITH BOOKS20 FEMALE SFF AUTHORS WHO PUBLISHED BEFORE 2000
Hop over and see how many you may have read.
I love these Getting Dressed In videos from Crow's Eye Productions. This is the earliest century they have right now.
I completely agree with her ideas about talking to your children about their bodies and reproduction, in age appropriate ways, as questions come up. I did this with my son and it seems like it is miles easier than having to sit down and have "the talk". This did backfire a bit, though, because when he was in fifth grade and the girls came back from watching their period movie, the boys were curious, but the girls had been instructed not to show them their kits, or talk about it, so at recess he told the boys about periods. The next day a one of the boys' parents sent an angry note to the teacher and Baz received detention. I wasn't notified until after the fact.