An Adult Children 's Book On How Nothing Affects Anything And How There Is Only One Right
You Are Wrong, I Am Right: An Adult Children’s Book on How Nothing Affects Anything and How There is Only One Right Answer
Societal Factors Affects on Women Edition
[Cover Image- Cartoon academics (researchers, sociologists, professors) covering ears/eyes refusing to look at each others work]
Page 1: [Image: Emcee speaking to auditorium of academics (predominately male)]
“Hello researchers, please give me your attention and welcome to the Women’s Self Image Convention. Now I notice a majority of you appear to be male1, but I’m sure that won’t be a conflict of interest so we’ll prevail. Our speakers today are Doctors X, Y, and Z, so please listen completely” exclaimed the emcee.
Footnote1: “According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women make up 47 percent of the total U.S. workforce, but are much less represented in particular science and engineering occupations. They comprise 39 percent of chemists and material scientists, 28 percent of environmental scientists and geoscientists, 16 percent of chemical engineers and just 12 percent of civil engineers.” (Camera 4).
Page 2: [Image: Dr. X speaking to the crowd]
“The media is responsible for how women feel. Television and the internet give women a false ideal. The media shows skinny, and pretty, and white, which implies to girls who aren’t these things, that they are not right. This lack of diversity we see on our screens is harmful to all women, especially teens.
What I say is fact, there’s no…