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A cartoon for smart girls

The cartoon features two 10-year-old girls, Purple Isosceles and Nine Helix, who attempt to resolve their problems using technology.

Gangly Girls
It’s difficult to believe at the start of the 21st century, but throughout the Western world, professional women are still banging their heads against the glass ceiling – the invisible barrier that prevents women from reaching the higher echelons of authority in corporations and other organizations.

“We’ve been hitting our heads against the ceiling for essentially the whole time we’ve been in hi-tech in Israel, and now we’re saying enough is enough,” asserts Miriam Lottner, who, with co-founders Rebecca Rachmany, Michael Church and Ofer Reuven, has created the animated series Gangly Sister.

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