Next, in this video, Greenfield asks young girls to demonstrate these activities...and wow...I almost cried. Watch the video below to see what I mean.
Greenfield told ABC News that "one of the things that Always was interested in looking into is how girls deal with the confidence crisis that happens around puberty. Everyone knows that 'crying like a girl' or 'running like a girl' isn't a compliment, but no one takes the off-the-cuff remark too seriously or considers its damage... Like a Girl' should never be used as an insult. It means being strong, talented and downright amazing."
As I've said many times before, companies are always trying to sell their products at the end of the day and well frankly, that's okay with me if they are going to promote positive self esteem in the process.
What are your thoughts? Are you proud of doing what you do "Like A Girl"?