Play the Feminist Generation Game
Equality Now is turning 28! It’s made us reflect on the progress we’ve made collectively towards gender equality over the last few decades. You can join us by playing the Feminist Generation Game.
Here’s how it works:
Get some paper and pens and ask the questions below with your family members across generations trying to guess each other’s answers on your own piece of paper. This can be done in person if you are in isolation together or via zoom or another video platform. To level up, film yourselves and share your attempt on social media.
- What year was I born?
- Who are my top three sheroes?
- Do I think things have improved in the past 28 years for women and girls?
- Who is the bigger feminist? Me or you?
Feel free to add your own questions to the game, these are meant to prompt a conversation about the state of women’s rights over the past 28 years.
Tip: if you are filming over a video platform, make sure you are in a well-lit space or it is light outside. Use bold markers on your paper to make the answers clearer on the screen. Here are some helpful tips on recording Skype videos.
Share your answers on social media with the hashtag #FeministGenerationGame.