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The program advocated for provided girls with information and insight that they need to make health and safe choices for themselves, rather than silence about sexuality
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Comments:Question 24.Question :How did race play a part in the development of the feminist mentorship program that was observed in "Our 'Ideal' Girl"?Student Answer:Program directors included a Womanist model of feminist practice in an effort to allow girls of color to identify with another model of feminismWhite program directors and mentors overlooked race as a topic of discussion, committing a fundamental error of White privilege by presuming their concerns reflected those of all womenMentors were aware of the significance of race in the “appropriateness” discourse on sexuality, and refrained from judgments that were subjective and/or personally critical
Points Received:1 of 1Comments:Question 25.Question :Feminists who take a political stance regarding female sexual pleasure argue that widespread focus on vaginal-penilepleasure in our society (i.e. the "g" spot) is reflective of abroader ideology which frames women's sexuality as highlyindependent from that of men, expandingpossibilities for female sexual empowerment, exploration, and diversity.
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