Why Imperfect Girls Make Perfect Role Models | Morning Joe | MSNBC

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Katty Kay and Claire Shipman discuss their new column in the New York Times on why imperfect girls make for perfect role models. Aired on 02/24/2021.
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29 Comments on "Why Imperfect Girls Make Perfect Role Models | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. Love that illustration on the cover. <3

  2. SACHIN DHAMDHERE | February 24, 2021 at 11:36 AM | Reply

    We need more of those imperfect and rebellious girls everywhere……tear down the walls of disparity and misogyny.

  3. Disney: “and that’s why I decided to make an ultra rich snobbish woman, who wants to skin 101 puppies for fun, the protagonist of a movie for children”

  4. Sergeant Robert justin alford green at nellis AFB and renato Santiago Nelson where is my daughter jahmela and her 4 children.

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  6. The cleansing (red earth song )……John Trudell

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  8. It’s a struggle for men too. Toxic masculinity is becoming a problem

  9. Want an awesome female role model? Check out the late, great singer, Phoebe Snow. She was able to balance being a magnificent mother, brilliant artist and held her own with the boys. I hope someone writes a book about her life.

  10. Don’t trust a perfect person and don’t trust a song that’s flawless.

  11. Accutronitis The 2nd | February 24, 2021 at 1:16 PM | Reply

    You know the old saying, Imperfection sells…

  12. Sweet! Biden just reopened the ICE detention centers! So glad he’s looking out of immigrants and their families.

  13. Angela Hartlin | February 24, 2021 at 2:53 PM | Reply

    I’m a work-in-progress compulsive skin picker who gained recovery after being on The Doctors in 2015. I have slip ups, but know how to better manage my urges while recognizing my triggers. I spread awareness about excoriation disorder in order to ensure that youth who have this disorder don’t go down the isolating and dark path I did.

  14. Stay away from social media!

  15. it’s okay to imitate; people do, and we must, because it’s part of how we learn.
    just teach them that “perfect” is entirely subjective,
    and then to work to become their own masterpiece as they define it.
    they may like much of what they already have; other parts they might want to change or change back.
    other people will like it too if they are not shy to say.
    but a friend sees the journey not just the current results.

  16. learn to love the whole person.
    not just certain slices of time in their life, but their whole life — past, present, and future.
    respect their freedom to explore, experiment, and experience as they choose,
    and they will learn to be a model citizen doing the same for others.

  17. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

  18. Not just young girls; middle-aged men, too.
    I found myself fat and depressed five years ago, looking at sleek Hollywood stars and pining to be fit like them. I’m still working on trying to have a “Hollywood body”. I’m better, but not satisfied yet.
    I’d like to come to a point where I am satisfied as I am today.

  19. I am a single mom with two kids (they grew) and lived in the US for 45 years. Asian. It was a challenge in take care of kids or make money, health care, and racial discrimination. I think I probably got into the gallery if I were a white male.

  20. Michael Robinson | February 24, 2021 at 9:52 PM | Reply

    Mothers must always support their daughters! –Bonnie Robinson

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