Saturday, 14 April 2007

Finding Brown Owls challenge for Britain’s biggest sisterhood

[...] They opened 600 new packs last year and have 50,000 more girls waiting to join, who cannot do so because Brown Owls have become an endangered species. So she is torn between two female generations: daring girls to pursue their dreams, while persuading working women to make the time to join hands in a fairy circle every week.

“I don’t know if I’d describe us as a victim of feminism, really. I mean I think the promotion of advancement for girls and women is something that is a passion for us.

“I just feel there are elements of the current population of adult women that we need to knock on the door and invite in.” Read more

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