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  • On the School Bus
  • Hey Laura, today I decided to stand up against Sarah and Lucy. They kept teasing me for trying to join the football team. I don't even understand why I'm not allowed to joined. I'm actually pretty good at football.
  • Aw that's too bad. I'm sure you're pretty good at football. I would love to give you a hand but unfortunately I don't know that much about sports. I think you should tell your parents about it. I'm sure they can help. 
  • At Home, in the Living Room
  • Don't worry Rachael. I have heard of a football club about ten minutes away from our house. The training there is great and I'm sure it'll help you improve your skills.
  • At the Football Club
  • Great! Why don't I change into some more athletic attire. Then I can show you what I can do!
  • Hello Rachael, I'd be delighted for you to train with us. I'm sure all the girls will be happy to meet you. Now, why don't you show me what you can do.
  • On the bus, on the way home, Rachael sat with Laura again. She told her about the incident that took place during recess. Laura gave Rachael some advice as she really wanted her to do whatever truly made her happy.
  • At the Football Club
  • When Rachael got home, she sat down alongside her parents to discuss what happened at school. They were devastated with the behaviour shown by the boys at the football team at school. Both parents decided to help her daughter and they needed to do whatever she could in order for Rachael's dreams to be pursued.
  • At the Football Club
  • All you really need is determination and focus. I was teased a lot about my passion for football when I was younger in school. I can say it with confidence now that I was even "rejected" from the school football team. But now, looking back, I'm glad I was. That has made me who I am today. A small message to all the girls out there; is to follow your dreams and not let anyone or their narrow mindset  about girls being inferior to boys stop you from doing what you love. Look at me now, my skill level is so much higher than all those boys who told me I couldn't do it. Tell you friends or parents about anything you face. Trust me, they will help and things will get better. Girls are as good as boys and my experience is a prime example.
  • Rachael's mother organised for Rachael to join a football training club. She would go there everyday after school at 5:00pm sharp to practice her skills. This club was very professional and only accepted extremely skilled players. The club had a certain section/team for girls so that they had the chance display their potential as well. 
  • From that day onwards, Rachael practiced everyday along with her team-mates after school. She was always on time and put in complete effort during the training sessions. She knew she not only had to make herself proud, but her mother who was so supportive of her passion and found the time to give Rachael what she wanted. The team soon became very good and were chosen to represent the state.
  • Lucy
  • One day, the press came over to the club to interview the players who were soon to play in a state level league. The interviewer asked everyone questions about their experience, what they looked forward to, etc. Especially Rachael as she was the captain and the best in the team. This interview would be broadcasted on live TV.
  • So tell me Rachael, what is it that has made you such a good player. What is your secret?
  • Rachael was so proud of herself for A) following her dream, B) achieving so much and playing at such a high level and C) having the opportunity to tell everyone and spread awareness about the discrimination faced by girls everywhere. She hopes to make a difference in the sports world and make womens football as important as mens football. Rachael's story shows how she took the bullying as an inspiration and used it to become the person she has today.
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