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Growing up in a Cypriot home in a small village in South Africa, my experiences of the difference between how girls are perceived versus boys started early. My childhood was indoctrinated with the notion that girls are nowhere near as special or as important as boys. At school, boys were taught carpentry and encouraged in science and maths. Girls were taught how to sew and cook, and typing was the subject we needed to become secretaries for important men.