This fall, a slew of new video games targeting girls will be released and it’s a good idea to be aware of them—whether or not the girls in your life want to buy them. Over the summer Tracey John reviewed the highlights in Wired magazine with a story entitled Ridiculous Life Lessons from New Girl Games.
Just in time for back-to-school, bestselling author and rosalindwiseman.com blogger Rachel Simmons’ latest book, The Curse of the Good Girl, is hitting stores on August 25! We’re giving away 5 copies of The Curse of the Good Girl to rosalindwiseman.com readers! How do you enter? Find out more!
As I squirmed in my seat at the front of large, crowded auditorium, I knew that I was acting like I was five. I didn’t care. I sighed. I twisted and turned, often glancing down at my watch. My impatience grew to anger and resentment. Why was I still here? How bad would it be if I just got up and walked out?
Rosalind Wiseman speaks out on Perez Hilton’s use of homophobic slurs in retaliation to his recent assault.
As I’ve stayed glued to the unfolding election crisis in Iran, I became curious if young people in this country would be interested as well. And I have to say that what I’ve seen challenges the image of vapid teens obsessed with celebrity sightings on TMZ or Perez Hilton or laughing at the latest sexting drama in their school.