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Required reading if you have a daughter!, 5 Feb. 2005
This book offers a real insight into the trials of raising a healthy female in todays culture. It emphasises knowing your daughter first and foremost as an individual, while offering a variety of ways to help her stay emotionally and psychologically healthy. Many people equate feminism with 'man-bashing' but there is none of that in this book. This book is just as accessable to fathers as it is to mothers. Packed full of recommendations for resources to share with your child to help her develop a healthy equalist view of the world and counter cultural gender stereotypes. Required reading for anyone who has a daughter, or even if you don't it's stimulating stuff.