Sexism and Misogyny Flashcards and Resource PRE ORDER
Sexism and Misogyny Flashcards and Resource PRE ORDER

Sexism and Misogyny Flashcards and Resource PRE ORDER

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VictimFocus is proud to present this new, innovative resource for pre-order. Illustrated by the fabulous artist, Alex Craig and designed by Jessica Eaton.

This set of 40 beautifully illustrated flashcards and resource booklet contain two types of card:

  • Misogynistic and sexist comments about women and men 
  • Environment cards illustrating where these beliefs may arise from 

Each card contains a provocative statement that can be used with adolescents and adults to help them to identify, discuss, challenge and process social and personal beliefs of misogyny, inequality, oppression and sexism towards women.

These beliefs have been found to contribute to victim blaming, self-blame, crime-supportive beliefs, discrimination, social equality, self-esteem and self-worth, attitudes to justice, sentencing and social movements.

Use the cards to explore and debate beliefs such as 'Women make bad leaders', 'Women exist for the sexual pleasure of men' and 'Women should keep their bodies tight for their man'.

The cards can also be used in professional and student training and education, for group work, schools work, professional and self-help workshops, games and team building.

Each box of flashcards comes with a booklet and a free downloadable PDF which contains ideas of how to use the cards and how to talk about misogyny and sexism.

Based on three years of Jessica Eaton's psychological research into victim blaming and self blame, this resource is unique, evidence-based, peer-reviewed* and will be ready in May 2019. 

This item is PRE ORDER only. You may purchase your pre-order resources now and they will be delivered on the launch date in May 2019.  

All VictimFocus Resources are free or affordable. This item is £19.99 including the flashcards, booklet and the free PDF resource for professionals. 

*The resource is currently undergoing piloting and peer review, so may be subject to small changes.