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    Before the flapper, there was the Gibson girl who displayed immense femininity, dressed modestly, and waited patiently for a man to show interest in her. Many men died in World War I, leaving the younger generation of women single. This generation decided against the Gibson girl concepts; instead they wanted to live their lives independently, abandoning the “damsel in distress” mindset. “Unlike the Gibson girl, the flapper was radiant, energetic, volatile, voluble, brazen”

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    a father does by raising the chin ever so slightly while wiping away stray hairs and tears from their child’s face. With that one swift movement he told me, “Be strong, I need you to be strong. You need to calm down. I know you are my strong little girl right?” I nodded my

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    Ballet Application Essay

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    The Common Application Essay Question: My passion for ballet ignited in preschool when a guest ballet teacher handed out a flyer. Beyond ecstatic, I held onto the flimsy flier with my two small hands to ensure that my mother would sign me up so I could dream of sparkling tutus, pink slippers and bouquets of roses. Eventually as my determination expanded beyond these innocent dreams, I faced the reality of ballet training: long hours, agony, pain, and sacrifices. As I enter the ballet studio, all

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    As a child, before I began school, my little sister would pretend to be a girl named Ballerina, and I would be her friend Tutu. We would dance around the room, arguing over imaginary situations that never made any sense while our parents occasionally glanced over at us, strange expressions written on their faces. Of course, as we grew up, we stopped pretending to be imaginary people with hyper-dramatic lives and started to live our own realities, instead of acting out nonexistent scenarios for

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    “On our audio recorders during a 36 hour investigation, we captured the voice of a little girl saying, ‘Where are we going?’. We recorded this when we were taking a tour of the building with Dean Simpkins of Mountain Ridge Paranormal Research Society. He was telling us which door to exit from during the night and he was saying that if he heard

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    Discrimination In Sports

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    one recognizes it? Well that’s how girls’ basketball teams feel. They need more recognition because they put in a lot of effort towards their game and practice, there is discrimination amongst boys and girls, and their school gets funds out of it. Girls’ basketball teams need more recognition because they put a lot of effort towards practice and the game. Based on the point of view of a student named Brooke she says “Football gets more recognition, than girls’ basketball. They get all the money

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    The Graveyard Short Story

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    The Graveyard The body everywhere. One Sunday night this little girl died, her name is Angelina. She died from a car accident. In the car accident she was thirteen and sitting in the passenger's seat and the truck hit the car and t-boned it. The was trapped inside the car for four hours and they couldn't get her out. Angelina ended up dying in the car that day. Her mom was with Angelina, the mom's name is Laila. Her mom got out fine and was depressed for days. Angelina was her miracle baby and

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    allow them to play on boys sports team? All sports are the same. Female athletes should not be separated based on gender. Girls should be allowed to play on boy sports teams because they should have the same rights as males, sports increases confidence in females, and helps their health later in life. In sports gender equality has always been an issue. Allowing women and girls to participate in “male dominant” sports will not only help increase their involvement in the community but will also help

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    The Little Red Riding Hood is a well known folktale in children’s literature, depicting an adventure in the woods of the main character of a girl --Little Red Riding Hood. Her mother sends her to her grandmother’s home to deliver goodies; but in the end, the Wolf swallows her. The protagonist in this tale is also used in a GHD ad, a company who sells hair products for women. Therefore, text A and text B contain two different contexts, purpose, and target audience. The context of text A and text

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    Good Guys Research Paper

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    Guys are athletic, guys are strong, guys like girls who are hot, and the girls take care of the kids. These are stereotypes many girls around the world for generations have had to deal with. Basically, the thought of girls being inferior to boys. Girls try so hard to be the perfect picture of the girl the guys want to see or the cheerleader instead of the athlete but in most cases that is not what makes the girl happy. Girls struggle with body issues because the way we look matters and because it

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