These announcements, don’t they make you ponder since when did being “like a young lady” turn into an affront? Do individuals who express such “blameless comments” see how they influence a young lady’s mind? Imagine a scenario where I let you know 1 in 2 young ladies in India discover the expression #LikeAGirl annoying. As indicated by a free overview by Nielsen, led in relationship with Whisper, 7 in 10 young ladies in India feel pressurized to adjust to societal limitations and 6 in 10 young ladies in the end quit playing sports or are constrained to relinquish their interests on achieving pubescence

This powerful video by Whisper India shows how young women, boys and girls perceive the phrase “like a girl” differently and how it is changing the conversation about what it means to throw, run and do pretty much everything “like a girl.” With young Indian women bringing laurels to the country at the recent Olympics, the wave of change has already begun.

All we need to do is join in, by continuing to do things #LikeAGirl and being proud of it.

Have you ever been told NOT to run, fight or kick #LikeAGirl, in an insulting way? Now, with our girls holding their chin up, fighting everyday and redefining extraordinary, it is time for each one of us to change the perception of what #LikeAGirl means. Together with Whisper, let’s make #LikeAGirl mean amazing things – because you are Unstoppable! And you should always be!