Boys And Girls Quotes by Masaba Gupta, Basmah bint Saud, Winnie Byanyima, Michael Gurian, Sarah McBride, Lukas Podolski and many others.
Fashion is one industry that can really change things around for young boys and girls and make them feel like they are not left out. It can send a message that one doesn’t have to look a certain way to be considered more beautiful or fashionable.
The way women today are treated in Saudi Arabia is a direct result of the education our children, boys and girls, receive at school.
When men and women, boys and girls, are denied the right to education, the right to own land, the access to basic services like healthcare and clean water, a fair price for the crops they grow, a fair wage for the work they do, or the right to be part of making decisions that affect them, the result is poverty.
Most teachers are not trained in how boys and girls learn differently.
When the boys and girls would line up separately in kindergarten, I’d find myself longing to be in the other line.
Young boys and girls should be given the chance to play football.
For the longest time, you couldn’t even say boys and girls were different. It was taboo in the educational world.
When I was a young man, I worked at the Boys and Girls Club in St. Louis, Missouri, and another boys club called Matthews-Dickey.
When you say, ‘Boys will be boys and girls will be girls; they’re all the same’ – no. Women are more vulnerable.
I want to do a jean line for boys and girls that are sometimes too skinny to fit into jeans, or sometimes a little bit too husky to fit into some jeans.
S Club 7, in some ways, was a continuation of some of the things I’d have liked to have done with the Spice Girls. It was also a shift in tone. S Club was this equality of boys and girls, very positive, very uplifting, didn’t have the edge of the Spice Girls. I didn’t want to repeat it.
Whenever I write a story, I hope it appeals to both boys and girls.
I can see why people keep having babies. We were looking at a school for my youngest this morning, and there were all these little boys and girls. So sweet. And then the teenagers walk past, and, my God, they’re enormous, and I bet they don’t kiss their mummies. I’m just going to force my children to remain lovely.
This stereotype that Black and brown boys and girls are dangerous or threatening has normalized systems of trauma: the cradle to prison pipeline, foster care, youth detention, and being tried and sentenced as adults. We treat trauma with more trauma.
I am sure there are some people who say that we are not metal, but we want to create a new genre that will appeal to people of all ages, both boys and girls.
I’d like to see where boys and girls end up if they get equal encouragement – I think we might have some differences in how leadership is done.
I’ve lived with boys and girls, and I find that boys are generally cleaner than girls. Generally! This is a big generalization!