Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister for Scotland, endured perhaps some of the most sexist media seen during an election. Material on this can be found at the following sources
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This could form the basis of an initial class discussion about attitudes to women in society. Teachers should allow students to take the lead here
and aim to create an environment where students are supported, perhaps in sharing their own experiences. Material from the Everyday Sexism Project
is useful here
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