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56% of girls lose confidence during puberty and redefine what it means to do something #LikeaGirl

You run like a girl.
You throw like a girl.
You ARE A girl.

According to the new Always Confidence and Puberty Study, only 19% of girls have a positive association with the phrase “like a girl.” 
It’s time for a change.  Always is rallying girls from across the globe to redefine the meaning of doing something #LikeaGirl from an insult to an expression of strength, talent, character and downright awesomeness.
Directed by Lauren Greenfield, winner of the Sundance Film Festival Directing Award for her documentary, “The Queen of Versailles” in 2012, the #LikeaGirl social experiment captures how doing something like a girl changes as they grow up and how a bit of encouragement can go a long way in changing what it means to be proud to be a girl, and do things like a girl.
Be part of the movement and share the video because you are a girl.
Be you.  

Using #LikeAGirl as an insult is a hard knock against any adolescent girl. And since the rest of puberty’s really no picnic either, it’s easy to see what a huge impact it can have on a girl’s self-confidence.
Always is kicking off an epic battle to make sure that girls everywhere keep their confidence throughout puberty and beyond, and making a start by showing them that doing it #LikeAGirl is an awesome thing.
text taken from  http://www.always.com/en-us/likeagirl.aspx
like a girl, #likeagirl


share a #LikeaGirl experience with the #LikeaGirl hashtag on Twitter and be entered to win your very own #Likeagirl t-shirt and an Always product.


Disclosure: I am a #BeautyUnited blogger. As part of my affiliation with this group I receive products and special access to P&G events. The opinions on this blog are my own.

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  1. I love this. I watched the video and it really had me thinking about how insulting to women it really is to say "you run/hit like a girl".