I'm also the father of a 6 year old boy who's had to deal with older girls in his class being rude, stubbon and flat out disrespectful. That's bossy. Yet we hand picked his teachers for the last couple of years and picked very strict women because they are strong leaders. That's no bossy. There's a definite difference between being bossy and being a leader like the managers and teachers I've described. Let's not try and make excuses for little girls lacking manners and trying to take advantage of their gender because that's exactly what's going to become of this movement.
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