Verizon’s Inspire Her Mind ad and the facts they didn’t tell you | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Do girls fall behind in science and engineering because our society tells them they should be pretty, rather than, “pretty brilliant.” That’s the message of a new viral Verizon campaign. But the Factual Feminist shows that many inconvenient facts were held back to construct the the misleading narrative.

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Verizon’s Inspire Her Mind ad and the facts they didn’t tell you

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