FV 121 INTRO: Prince.sse Si Je Veux – Raising humans beyond gender stereotypes (Part 2)
Listen now
Buy Full Notes Juliana founded the project "Prince.sse Si Je Veux" to help parents and teachers educate and encourage children between 5 and 12 years old to make their own choices by freeing them from gender stereotypes. You may be surprised to see how ingrained sexism is in our everyday life, and how, despite all our efforts, we as parents may be reenforcing such gender-related clichés - very innocently and subconsciously. It is very important to become aware of this since the way we raise our children often directly impacts their adult life. In this second and final part, Juliana gives interesting tips and resources (youth literature recommendations) to help you raise awareness and deconstruct the gender stereotypes at home, with your children! We'll also talk about her definition of feminism (which is inclusive of males!), equality and the potential issues behind well-intended gallantry. Do you find you're aware of the gender stereotypes in your daily life or country? Do you find that you're consciously making efforts to avoid them? How do you do this? Share your experience! The related vocabulary list and full transcript are available: support your comprehension and support French Voices Podcast at the same! Related links: sse Si Je Veux @princessesijeveux Vocab List à fond = flat-out (slang)arc-en-ciel (nm) = rainbowbienveillant,e (adj) = kind, kindly, benevolentétincelle (nf) = sparkflagrant,e (adj) = obvious, blatantgalanterie (nf) = gallantry, chivalrylicorne (nf) = unicornmonter (une interview, une vidéo) = to editonglet (nm) = tabregain (nm) = renewal, revival
More Episodes
Buy Full Notes This interview is taking you to Ardèche, that (so) beautiful part of France where I used to spend the summer holidays as a child. Meet André Rouy aka « Dédé l’Ardéchois » and discover the history of the train network in Ardèche – the only French département which doesn’t operate...
Published 06/15/22
Buy Full Notes In this second part of my interview with Manolo we will talk about his confrérie (a society of people who get together to perpetuate a tradition, a skill): la Confrérie des amateurs de Sagarno de la Bidassoa. This society is currently under process to be part of the Unesco...
Published 05/15/22