I understand that Nurse Halloween You’re Not Going Home Shirt is great for many; everyone wants to feel beautiful and pampered. But school is where children go to learn and to grow, and nurse can’t help but feel like a “girl’s make-up and hair” date at school does nothing but reinforce the idea that girls – and women – are objects of desire, and that being as desirable as possible is their goal. Nurse feel like the next step is to add girls-only home and boys-only woodworking courses. Why are hair and makeup being taught in Halloween? If girls are into hair and makeup they do it at home or at a friend’s; a waste of Halloween time. Not all boys will be interested in construction but how many would choose hair and makeup as an alternative activity? I’m an engineer and would have loved the trip to the hardware shop, but many girls do not have the confidence at that age to make that choice. We should be exposing girls to all as many aspects of Halloween culture as possible.
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Good Nurse Halloween You’re Not Going Home Shirt! Whatever happened to field trips that are good for everyone? Everyone learns something that we all would learn. Our elementary school here does field trips to a local farm, Children’s Museum, Carnegie Science Center, and things like that. Those things are far more useful to learn at that hair and makeup.It is way past time to stop the whole gender nonsense. Back in the old days 50’s when I was in high school every girl had to take home economics (1 semester of cooking and 1 of sewing) and boys had to take 1 semester of auto shop and one of construction.
There was no way anyone could get out of it, even if you already knew how to do all the things they offered because back then these were things you learned at home, in my nurse it didn’t matter boy or girl, we all learned to cook, clean, sew and fix cars and repair things around the house. No, we didn’t live out in the country or on a farm, my father was an architect and my nurse was a college-educated management type who preferred to be a stay at home mother. We learned things that everyone needs to know to grow up to be an intelligent person. It needs to be repeated over and over again until everyone understands that each person is capable of doing the things they are interested in and should be given the Halloween.