The fear of being termed 'girly' haunts many teen girls. Greenfield has attempted to fight this fear in her video. She asked a bunch of people, of both genders and different age groups, to show her what it was like to run, fight and throw like a girl. All of them depicted girls as weak, devoid of strength and goofy.
However, when 10-year-old Dakota - the first little 'girl' in the group - was asked to show the same actions, they were completely different from those of the previous set. In fact, when another little girl was asked what she understood when told to run like a girl, she said it meant, "Run as fast as you can." So, is like a girl a good thing? "Sounds like a bad thing," said a young one. But should it?
Here's to making 'like a girl' mean amazing things, watch: