The Urban Guide to the Countryside
Kent Edition


8 Aug 2016


I’m a bit slow off the mark with this – hats off to Lou, editor of Muddy Cornwall who spotted it waaaaay before me (*sniff*) – but if you haven’t already seen it, it’s definitely worth a gander.

It’s a vid featuring global female artists (none of whom I recognise but there you go, that’s middle age for you) taking The Spice Girls’ Wannabe and grabbing the hashtag #WhatIReallyReallyWant by the scruff of its neck and flinging into the future.

Easy V (Mrs Beckham) and Mel C have endorsed the campaign using their 90’s Spice Girls hit.


Credit: twitter @victoriabeckham

Share a photo of yourself holding up what you want for your daughters, sisters, mother, aunts, friends (no jokes about lottery wins, footballer’s yachts or Italian counts sweeping you off your feet, tempting though it is!), share it on social media with the hashtag #WhatIReallyReallyWant, and The Global Goals movement promises to get your message to world leaders at the UN in September.


Global goals –

The ad, directed by MJ Delaney @ Moxie Pictures is being hailed as world changing, game changing girl power. And its gone viral with everyone from Save the Children to Jamie Oliver tweeting their global goals.


Credit: twitter @tanburrbear

Check out the vid here, and maybe share what you really really want for girls and women. Global goals

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