Why Do Girls Fight: A Book about Fighting
From the crazy Ohio production company that brought you Girlfight: inVite, the controversial nightmare horror short film that was banned from Amazon Video, comes the first social and ethically responsible parenting book from GirlFightMovie.com, LLC - a children's book about fighting. Specifically girls.
Using illustrated and age-appropriate screenshots from the Girlfight: inVite short film, a gender-neutral child witnesses a scary fight between girls in the woods and comes home with questions. Rather than avoiding the issues, a gender-neutral adult answers all the serious questions and holds nothing back. From alternatives to fighting to what to do if someone feels threatened, the book provides the answers parents and educators need in today's dangerous world.
Note to Parents:
This book isn't supposed to be directly read to a child just for the fun of it. Instead, this book is made to be read to a child, by a parent or guardian, only in the event this child
incidentally encounters any of the controversial movies, video games, and other forms of popular culture popularizing our modern headlines. But specifically it addresses the content found in the film, Girl Blood Sport.
With movies and popular culture glorifying violence, a taboo topic often leaving parents trapped in the dark has forced them to embrace this new light and step up to the challenge of properly raising their young children into responsible adult citizens.
At first glance one may be compelled to ask, "Why did something so sinister as Blood Sport become a children's book?" The author boldly goes where no one's gone before and dares ask, "Why do major cigarette companies run anti-smoking ads? Why do alcohol companies promote responsible drinking? Why do casinos promote gambling hotlines? Because as you may be exposed to those behaviors, your kids could easily become exposed to horror films whose trailers appear on several sites world-wide. And guess what, my film's one of them."
Let's face it - with public schools today and the Internet exposing kids to fights, are you prepared to answer this age-old question, especially after your child comes home after witnessing or being a part of a fight? With this book, now you are.
WHY DO GIRLS FIGHT is a simple yet effective approach for creative and alternative adults who teach children about the dangers they may, and probably will, face in the real world.
From our home to yours, please only use this book carefully and when needed. For our children and the preservation of our future.