Fitted tees, shorty shorts: Sending wrong message to girls?

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  • Girls’ shirts and shorts are narrower and shorter than boys’, two female entrepreneurs found
  • More than half of girls 6 to 8 think they weigh more than they should, according to a report
Sharon Choksi, co-founder of Girls Will Be, and her daughter, Maya.
Kids as young as 5 concerned about body image
Courtney Hartman, founder of Free to Be Kids, and her two children.
#ClothesWithoutLimits: Fed-up moms create their own clothing for girls
Free to Be Kids offers shirts with three different fits so girls have options.
Challenging what it means to 'dress like a boy'

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