girls who get education

Things to watch for study inspiration/motivation! UPDATED

→ Movies

• Master of Study- (TV show) Students work extremely hard to get into top uni

 Middle School Student A - Girl is top of her class trying to get into uni

• Legally Blonde - Girl who gets into Harvard Law and studies hard

• An Education - Girl studies hard to get into Oxford

• Homeless to Harvard - Homeless girl studies and works job to get into Harvard (you’re getting the picture)

• The History Boys - Boys study hard to get into Oxford

• Whisper of the Heart - Girl studies for highschool and writes a book

• Harry Potter - Hermione.

• The House Bunny (it works for me ;D) - Sorority geeks and studying

• Educating Rita - woman starts university and works hard

• The Imitation Game - Genius man who builds a machine + Benedict Cumberbatch
→ Youtube

• Thomas Frank -

• Lilylikecom Law vlogs -

• Chenling Shi (this girl is a powerhouse of studying)

→ Anime

• Ouran High School Host Club - seriously this helped me get straight A’s at Alevels

• Sakurasou no Pet - a group of genius students working really hard

• Love Hina - about students studying to get into Tokyo uni

• My Little Monster - girl who spends all her time studying to get highest grades

• Deathnote - weird one but, Light does work hard in school and cram school

• SoniAi - Supersonico, works hard in job and in school  

• Uta no Prince Sama - everyone works hard, especially the main girl 

• Princess Tutu - hard working ballet dancer at dance school

I hope this is helpful to someone! All of these titles all helped me to get better grades through inspiration. I might update if I think of any more. 

My LetGirlsLearn Experience

by Karima, Morocco, TG2015

I participated in two exchange programs: TechGirls and LetGirlsLearn and I will say something I’ve always been saying and always will: Exchange programs are golden opportunities; most of the things I learned were from these programs, and for that I‘ll always be grateful.  

LetGirlsLearn is a United States government initiative to ensure adolescent girls get the education they deserve. In this program, 22 Moroccan girls and 22 Liberian girls got the chance to travel to the United States of America and visit the former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, in the White House.

Being part of something like this is so important to me and it is considered one the amazing things that has ever happened to me because during this program, I met amazing people like Mrs Obama, the beautiful actresses Meryl Streep and Frieda Pinto, and the talented CNN journalist Isha Sesay. I met 44 beautiful and strong young girls who overcame many obstacles and fought so hard to get the education which is rightfully theirs. I heard their stories, I shared my story with them and I learned that perseverance and resilience are two major elements to be successful and conquer anything.

I love this program because it made me realize something very important which is that girls are still struggling to get education, still working or getting married at an early age instead of sitting in a classroom where they belong. Therefore, looking at myself and what I’ve accomplished so far, everything would mean nothing if I did not use what I have to help other girls around the world.

This program was an amazing opportunity that taught me a lot of things and broadened my way of thinking and seeing things; it made me believe that if you work so hard for something, you will succeed. Something Michelle Obama said, “There is no magical dust, it just takes hard work” will always stick with me.

In addition, I want to say something for all the students, the young, the ambitious, the future leaders: if you want to see the world differently, open your eyes on many cultures and gain so much knowledge, EXCHANGE PROGRAMS is the answer.

PSA, keep scrolling.

No, teenage feminists.
You’re not “brave” for breaking your schools dress codes by wearing too short shorts, crop tops etc.
The teenage girls across the globe who disobey their country’s restrictions on girls getting education, by going to school when they’re not allowed to go are the ones being brave
The teenage girls who refuse to be subject to forced child marriages are brave
You’re being nothing more than an entitled, spoiled little brat, and you have the nerve to even compare yourself, and claim you’re being “brave”


I have just received a letter from a female fan detailing how fellow students at her university have started harassing and bullying her for sharing my anti-feminism videos on her Tumblr. 

According to the girl who wrote me, these feminist bullies have intentionally bumped into her in the hallway, keyed her car, made threats against her, broken into her locker to steal her stuff, etc. 

These are the same feminists who constantly yammer on about “safe spaces for women,” yet look how they treat a woman who disagrees with them! It’s sickening. 

I wish I could reveal more, but I’m sure it would only lead to more harassment of this poor girl who is simply trying to attend university and get her education. But I had to share with you how sickened and disgusted by this I am.