By Kaitlin Irwin--The magazine industry continues attempting to undo our efforts of empowerment, motivation and encouragement for girls. This time, the culprit is Girls’ Life magazine, which angered mothers, fathers and basically anyone who believes in gender equality. Their latest issue was an astonishing step backwards and sparked such a viral discussion that celebs like Amy Schumer and Blake Lively felt compelled to call it out.
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