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Little girl calls out 'sexist' children's clothes

Manufacturers have long been criticized for what they put on clothes. This time, a young girl is taking a stand against 'sexist' kids' clothing in a UK store. Daisy Edmonds is only 8-years-old, but she recognizes the difference between boys' and girls' clothing. She went on a rant on video, which her mother, Becky, posted on Facebook: While girls' shirts had text like "hey" and "beautiful," boys' shirts had phrases like "think outside the box" and "hero.
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