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Girl Talk Magazine Launches #Girls Are Amazing Campaign

Girl Talk magazine celebrates it’s 500th issue this week and are launching a #Girls Are Amazing campaign to promote positive female role models and broaden ambition in young girls.  This comes in direct response to a recent readership survey where some unsettling and surprising results revealed:

“that an overwhelming 80% of young girls wanted to be referred to as “pretty”, “kind” and “funny”, with only 20% choosing “clever”, “strong” or “brave” as important attributes.”


Girl Talk 500th Edition Cover Shot
With my daughter Miss M being 6, I am wary of the future influences that she’ll be around and the way the media will encourage her to think.  She is a very strong willed young girl, determined to make her own decisions although so far I think she’s on the right track, being a sporty, outdoors kind of girl avoiding some of the more girly activities out there.  She is yet to show an interest in pop stars and media idols, which I’m pleased about as I’d like her to enjoy her childhood without growing up too fast.  I have to say though that I do think she’s AMAZING in nearly every way, but of course I am her mum.

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Girl Talk is a pre teen magazine aimed at 7-12 year olds and they plan to run the #Girls Are Amazing campaign throughout the year with features appearing in every issue of the magazine.  They’ll be featuring career profiles and stories of inspirational women excelling in sport, science, business, technology and lots more. There will be stories from Girl Talk readers who’ve achieved something great plus opinion pieces about issues affecting them.  Also they will be running an amazing BFFs competition in partnership with Westfield, where they’ll be looking for the UK’s best BFFs! The winners will get a chance to be Girl Talk cover stars and receive fantastic prizes.

Girl Talk want to hear from pre-teen girls all over, their thoughts and ideas about being a girl, their life, heroes and dreams, to put those opinions in the magazine and celebrate each others’ achievements.

Do you know any girls around the age of 7-12 years?  Girl Talk would love to hear their thoughts and opinions on being a girl and any AMAZING stories that they’d like to share to go in a future edition of the magazine!

Send everything to:

#Girls Are Amazing,
Girl Talk magazine,
Immediate Media,
44 Brook Green,
W6 7BT

OR Email:

 And lets not forget #Girls Are Amazing!!

We were sent some goodies in exchange for writing about about the #GirlsAreAmazing campaign.

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  1. Bless her – that t-shirt swamps her! 😀
    Girls are amazing, it’s such hard work when they aspire to things that you wish they really wouldn’t. One of ours said when they were little that they wanted to be a Nurse and we said “there’s nothing wrong with that, but why not a Doctor?” Turns out they just wanted to work in a hospital and hadn’t considered any other roles!

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  2. Girls are amazing, and there are so many ways that they don’t realise that. I’m hoping my little girl realises when she gets bigger.

  3. Mummy of Two says:

    What a great campaign! I have certainly been thinking about these things more since I have had a daughter.

  4. spicers1976 says:

    Girls definitely are amazing.

  5. fab campaign! will pass it on to my friend.
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