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Another week, another batch of Variant Covers. Captain America and Bucky Marvel is trying so hard, SO HARD, to get everyone who goes to see their funny books turned silver screen experiences into the comic book stores afterwards.
Sharon Choksi's Girls Will Be line "designs clothes that empower girls to be themselves. Choksi was inspired to create the line after her daughter and niece, Maya and Grace, described the kind of clothing they wanted: nothing frilly, "with bows. Soon, she was doing some research, collecting shorts for boys and girls from 10 popular retailers and measuring the lengths. They were barely a third of the length of the boys'.
As a parent, one of your main responsibilities is to buy clothes for your son. However, in a world where there is no such thing as a universal sizing standard observed by all apparel manufacturers, this seemingly easy task is actually no cakewalk. Clothing sizes for kids are usually based on age, height, and weight.
Thanks to one mom, girls who don't like stereotypically feminine clothes and prefer more gender neutral attire have another brand to shop: a line of clothing called Girls Will Be. As reported by Bored PandaSharon Choksi launched the brand ininspired by her daughter and niece who aren't fans of pink, pastels, sparkles or any of that frilly stuff—and it's a game-changer. According to the brand's e-commerce site, the line is meant to empower girls to be themselves and provide them with more options to express their individuality.
Instead of teaching students to respect each other, a misguided middle school in northern California is telling its girls to no longer wear pants that are "too tight" because it "distracts the boys". Yes, because deviant dames in body conscious clothing are yet another reason men aren't succeeding in this world, and boys are definitely the ones we need to look out for in this situation. Screw the impressionable young women who just want to dress fashionably, their needs are subordinate to the desires of men.