The Fairy Tale Project (2001)

Exploring Women's Independence

Young girls growing up with fairy tales such as Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty, whether in older classic versions or those in modern movies, form certain visions of how their lives are going to, or should, be. The realities of being a woman in today's society are seldom fairy tale quality, however, and in most instances can prove to offer significant challenges. This document includes thirty activities designed to help girls and women think about the messages contained in fairy tales, in order to create new stories that help them grow toward independence and a life based on individual, thoughtful choices.

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