What I want in life for my daugh­ters and fu­ture GLAM­OUR read­ers

Glamour (South Africa) - - Global/Generation G -

“I want them to lead the lives they want, to travel and open their minds, to ap­pre­ci­ate and pro­tect na­ture. Pas­sion, fear­less­ness and not think­ing that they should fake their lives for so­cial me­dia.” – cé­line Per­ruche, France (above)

Us A world that re­spects them for who they are – that doesn’t try to per­fect, reg­u­late, or throw laws or anx­i­eties at them. I want them to be able to fig­ure out the com­pli­cated, quirky, joy­ous, unique peo­ple they are with min­i­mal noise from the out­side. And I want all that for our sons, too! BRAZIL Free­dom to be who they want, to go where they want, to choose what they do and to say what they like with­out be­ing judged. BUL­GARIA To be able to wave away the old ‘wis­dom’ that you can’t have it all. Ger­many The cer­tainty that women’s voices, en­ergy and knowl­edge are cru­cial to a free, open-minded so­ci­ety. The nether­lands To care about other women, to feel good about them­selves and to know they can con­quer the world. ITALY Free­dom. Poland Equal­ity, em­pow­er­ment, to be open minded and self-re­liant. south AFRICA Self-es­teem and a world that nur­tures it. “I want her to be free and able to do what­ever she wants, with the same pay and op­por­tu­ni­ties as a man, to be able to choose her part­ner, man or woman, and to have kids when she is ready, or not at all, if that’s her choice.” – diana To­fan, Ro­ma­nia (above)

“I want her world to be filled with love, tol­er­ance, peace and op­por­tu­ni­ties to find hap­pi­ness.” – masha Fe­dorova, Rus­sia (left)

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