Grrrl Culture

GUESTS: ESTHER DRILL *Editor-In-Chief, GURL.COM JEAN KILBOURNE *Author, Deadly Persuasion: Why Women and Girls Must Fight the Addictive Power of Advertising (The Free Press, 1999) TESS YARDNEY *14-year-old high school freshman in Philadelphia OTHER GUEST: TBA Today a girl in high school can be homecoming queen AND captain of the football team. Girl-hood has undergone quite a transformation in the past thirty years; the modern girl wants equal opportunity, without rejecting the trappings of femininity so maligned by the women's movement in the 60's. Join Brooke Gladstone and guests for a look at the increasingly complicated question of what it means to be a girl.

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