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  • The girls in the Goldieblox ad dress up as iconic women
  • The girls in the Goldieblox ad dress up as iconic women
    Jabiz Raisdana (2014) ©
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The girls in the Goldieblox ad dress up as iconic women

GoldieBlox is on a mission to support young girls and rid them of negative gender stereotypes. Its latest ad shows YouTube stars including gamer RadioJH Audrey and Heaven King dress up as iconic women. But should we have to intervene with gender stereotypes at such a young age?

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