High school students and adults may find this film about how society views women and female attributes both instructive and thought-provoking. It can be used to foster discussion about how and why male and female children are often taught to behave differently in similar circumstances, play with specific types of toys, set separate types of goals, and base their self-esteem on mental or physical attributes dictated by their culture. Other topics covered include motherhood, job environments, and sexual assault.
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Dear Lisa: A Letter to My Sister and we will let you know when it becomes available.