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Watch This Little Girl Destroy Gender Stereotypes In Clothing

Daisy Edmonds, an 8-year-old from the U.K., does gymnastics, martial arts and theater. But if you ask us, she’s also a spokesperson for gender equality. Her mom recently recorded Daisy’s reaction to a display of girls and boys T-shirts they spotted during a trip to Tesco. With phrases like “hey,” “beautiful,” and “I feel fabulous,” the girls T-shirts contrasted dramatically with those offered for boys, which were emblazoned with words like “hero,” “desert adventure awaits,” and “think outside the box.
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