By Molly, aged 14 from Aberdeen
Tell us about the artwork.
It looks briefly at some of the different issues within sexism, including transphobia and racism. And focusing on the main message: Sexism is a social disease.
What inspired you to make your artwork?
For as long as I can remember I have been interested in feminism and gender equality -I probably wasn't aware of what those words meant at the time - and having the opportunity to share my thoughts and opinions was cool! I was also just tired of the sexist, homophobic, transphobic, racist, misogynistic comments I hear around school and didn't know how to speak up about it. So that's kinda what I did here :)
What action would you like people to take to make the world better for girls and non-binary young people today?
The big one would be to achieve gender equality of course. However, I think just teaching people about the inequalities that women, non-binary and transgender people face because of their gender identity, and also teaching people about gender identities and how to use pronouns correctly (they/them and neopronouns in particular), and why it's completely different from somebody's gender assigned from birth.
I also think respect and acceptance plays a major role in achieving gender equality.
This artwork is part of WOWsers: A Creative Explosion, an exhibition supported by BBC Children In Need's impact programme focused on children’s mental health, A Million & Me.