Girl Bathroom Sign

Girl Bathroom Sign

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Girl Bathroom Sign

California high school hangs signs of affirmation instead of mirrors in girls’ bathroom By Genevieve Shaw Brown Close Follow on Twitter More from Genevieve Apr 4, 2017, 10:14 AM ET 0 Shares Email Star Courtesy of Chelsea MaxwellOne California high school posted bathroom doors with signs of affirmation. 0 Shares Email A high school in California has hung in its girls’ bathroom signs of affirmation instead of mirrors. Laguna Hills High School students look at signs that say things like, “You are beautiful” and “You are enough,” instead of looking at their reflections. It was the idea of Sabrina Astle, 17, who told ABC News that she “wanted to find a way to make a difference through our Kindness Club on campus. This is why I started making the posters in the first place.” “Then we had What if … Week,” she said, which is designed to bring the campus together. “Each day has a specific message. The message for Thursday, March 23, 2017, was ‘What if we showed more love?'” Courtesy of Chelsea MaxwellOne California high school posted bathroom mirrors with signs of affirmation. “I felt that this would be a good time to hang the signs. I put the signs in the bathroom the night before so students would see them throughout the next day,” she said. Chelsea Maxwell, the school’s activities director, told ABC News, ” made it her goal for the semester to spread positive messages around campus.” Even though the signs were planned for the What if … Week, reaction has been very positive, Maxwell said, and there are no immediate plans to take them down. “It made their day,” Sabrina said of other students. “I didn’t think I was doing anything that would impact anyone,” she said. “I thought it may brighten their day or lift their confidence before their next class, but I didn’t think it would make this large of an impact.” She continued, “The signs have helped people remember that everyone is beautiful, everyone is important, everyone is good enough and everyone should be treated equally. I did this because I am passionate about the fact that everyone is important and everyone needs to be cared for.” 0 Shares Email Star Comments
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Girl Bathroom Sign

What do you think taking down the mirrors only in the girl’s bathroom says to the boys and the non-binarily-gendered? I’d get a lawsuit going posthaste, it’s California where I’m sure there’s several laws against this sort of discriminatory, hurtful behavior. Just get something in your eye first or an abrasion that requires a mirror to treat adequately. Then you can demonstrate actual harm and proceed to kick bathroom laws from CA to NC in the nuts as you see fit.
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Girl Bathroom Sign

Hazel, I sort of agree and also disagree with that. Yes, teenage girls are universally attractive to older men because of their young bodies. But I also remember as a teenager I would be very picky and would invariable focus on some girl’s face. I would develop a crush and not care about any other girl. And some faces are pretty, and some are not, especially when you are a teenage boy. And teenage girls mostly care about what teenage boys think, not what old creepy men think.
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Girl Bathroom Sign

Shannen Lob happened upon Astle’s kindness project when she used the restroom with her two daughters during a weekend Girl Scout event. “When I walked in and saw all the signs posted I was amazed… It’s hard to know sometimes if I’m doing a good job as a leader and reading the signs was like, well, a sign that I was doing a good job,” she said.
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Girl Bathroom Sign

While the whole issue is basically symbolic, it’s worth noting the difference (and the implications of that difference) between adding a “you’re beautiful” sign beside the mirrors, or replacing the mirrors entirely with such a sign. The former would represent an attempt to use persuasion to contextualize and color how the audience rationally and emotionally interprets objective facts (i.e., the image in the mirror). The latter represents a coercive assault on the ability to perceive any facts that even have the potential to be upsetting. It isn’t an attempt to more wisely understand reality, but instead to deny it altogether.
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Girl Bathroom Sign

0 Shares Email A high school in California has hung in its girls’ bathroom signs of affirmation instead of mirrors. Laguna Hills High School students look at signs that say things like, “You are beautiful” and “You are enough,” instead of looking at their reflections. It was the idea of Sabrina Astle, 17, who told ABC News that she “wanted to find a way to make a difference through our Kindness Club on campus. This is why I started making the posters in the first place.” “Then we had What if … Week,” she said, which is designed to bring the campus together. “Each day has a specific message. The message for Thursday, March 23, 2017, was ‘What if we showed more love?'” Courtesy of Chelsea MaxwellOne California high school posted bathroom mirrors with signs of affirmation. “I felt that this would be a good time to hang the signs. I put the signs in the bathroom the night before so students would see them throughout the next day,” she said. Chelsea Maxwell, the school’s activities director, told ABC News, ” made it her goal for the semester to spread positive messages around campus.” Even though the signs were planned for the What if … Week, reaction has been very positive, Maxwell said, and there are no immediate plans to take them down. “It made their day,” Sabrina said of other students. “I didn’t think I was doing anything that would impact anyone,” she said. “I thought it may brighten their day or lift their confidence before their next class, but I didn’t think it would make this large of an impact.” She continued, “The signs have helped people remember that everyone is beautiful, everyone is important, everyone is good enough and everyone should be treated equally. I did this because I am passionate about the fact that everyone is important and everyone needs to be cared for.”
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Girl Bathroom Sign

A high school in California has hung in its girls’ bathroom signs of affirmation instead of mirrors. Laguna Hills High School students look at signs that say things like, “You are beautiful” and “You are enough,” instead of looking at their reflections. It was the idea of Sabrina Astle, 17, who told ABC News that she “wanted to find a way to make a difference through our Kindness Club on campus. This is why I started making the posters in the first place.” “Then we had What if … Week,” she said, which is designed to bring the campus together. “Each day has a specific message. The message for Thursday, March 23, 2017, was ‘What if we showed more love?'” Courtesy of Chelsea MaxwellOne California high school posted bathroom mirrors with signs of affirmation. “I felt that this would be a good time to hang the signs. I put the signs in the bathroom the night before so students would see them throughout the next day,” she said. Chelsea Maxwell, the school’s activities director, told ABC News, ” made it her goal for the semester to spread positive messages around campus.” Even though the signs were planned for the What if … Week, reaction has been very positive, Maxwell said, and there are no immediate plans to take them down. “It made their day,” Sabrina said of other students. “I didn’t think I was doing anything that would impact anyone,” she said. “I thought it may brighten their day or lift their confidence before their next class, but I didn’t think it would make this large of an impact.” She continued, “The signs have helped people remember that everyone is beautiful, everyone is important, everyone is good enough and everyone should be treated equally. I did this because I am passionate about the fact that everyone is important and everyone needs to be cared for.”
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When Shannon Lob walked into a local high school’s bathroom, she was amazed by what she saw. Instead of mirrors hanging above the sinks, she only saw affirmations on colorful signs spread across the entire bathroom.
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I think you are right. If you are a teenage girl who has reached sexual maturity, and you aren’t ass-ugly or obese, you are almost certainly going to be pretty attractive to most men. It’s mostly other girls who are shitty to girls about their appearances.
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You misunderstood. I mean the fact that (some) guys are too shy to ask out girls makes the girl think that SHE is not attractive. If you keep waiting and expecting someone to ask you out, and nobody asks you out, the logical conclusion (from the girls perspective) is “I must be too ugly to date.”