index" now. And kicking it off a social media campaign. It's targeting women. Over 1 million tweets logged using that hash tag #yesallwomen. Women sharing some of their experiences of harassment and... See More
index" now. And kicking it off a social media campaign. It's targeting women. Over 1 million tweets logged using that hash tag #yesallwomen. Women sharing some of their experiences of harassment and sexual assault, following Elliot Rodger's shooting rampage. Kerry Washington tweeting this. I've been off Twitter all day. Just now Reading the #Y #yesallwomen tweet. Lena dunnen, tweeting, just got to say on the almost summer's day, I love my my brave web friends. #Yesallwomen. There's so many tweets. It struck a chord. There were a couple that stood out to me. One woman tweeted, it's good to give a male a false phone number than turn them down. And learning that when boys are mean to you, it means they like you. Those are deep lessons. It's so important to talk about. This one really -- I spent 19 years teaching my daughter how not to be raped. How long have you been teaching your son? The confrontation for a woman with a man is so different, I think. How I thought about it my entire life. Even if you're educated. It doesn't matter. This is educating a lot of people. And a great conversation to have with your girls. And sons. Also in "The heat index" one of "The Wall Street journal's" most popular stories overnight. A problem you may have thought was in middle school. Kids forming cliques that exclude other children. And psychologists, educators wanting to put a stop to it. Thank goodness. Some programs teaching empathy. Think about how it feels to be left out. Certainly, in my house, we have that conversation almost daily. Are these large 2k3wr0u7s? With 2k3wr0u7s of three. Justice girls are hanging in groups of three. Threes are so tough. And how would you feel if you were left out. And you have to teach the kids how to mix it up. Find a game that works. It was happening when I was on the schoolyard, too. And we're talking about not excludeing others. Studies show this in kids as young as 2 1/2 years old. They think if you have older siblings, they are prone to this behavior. But it lasts for years. This could be listed as bad behavior. Princess Kate, at the center of
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