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Always #LikeAGirl Super Bowl 2015 Commercial - Watch Now!

Always #LikeAGirl Super Bowl 2015 Commercial - Watch Now!

Various people are asked to run and throw like a girl in this 2015 Super Bowl commercial for Always.

The stereotypes of what it means to be a girl are brought to attention and how they can hinder the confidence of young girls.

The commercial hopes to change the perception and meaning of #LikeAGirl, which is seemingly achieved in the touching final moments of the video. Watch the complete commercial below!

WHAT DO YOU THINK of the Always #LikeAGirl Super Bowl 2015 commercial?

Always #LikeAGirl Super Bowl 2015 Commercial
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  • happy666

    Is that Ellen’s voice?

  • shoes4life

    Okay, that statement is general said to boys when they are seen as weak or not trying hard enough. Therefore, this commercial is mute because most girls/women do run, throw or fight like that as shown in this commercial and some are strong competitors but saying you “you _____ like a girl” when you are one should not be offensive. Now it is demeaning however to say that ” you ____ like a girl” to a boy, because it cause doubt and confusion. I don’t think they thought this one through very well. JMO

  • sunshine53

    the point is that women/girls should not be identified as “weak or not trying hard enough”. throwing something/ running/ fighting “like a girl” should not be associated with being weak and helpless. it’s demeaning.

  • MiscRealTyper

    Lol. Stop looking weak and helpless when throwing/running/fighting then. You think this phrase was concocted by a bunch of cis-gendered, hetero-privileged, 1%er white males sitting in a boardroom plotting about how they could possibly “demean” pubescent girls? It came about as an observation of the way most girls do things, and surprise surprise, most girls do things…. “like a girl!!” Get over yourself and stop being offended at the drop of a hat.

    Why you would want to live your life caring so much about meaningless stuff like a simple phrase is beyond me.

  • Josh Raymer

    It would make more sense to just encourage people to stop using “like a girl” as an insult. Girls really can’t do anything physical as well as a boy. Unless they take a bunch of steroids and testosterone hormones, and even then it would be next to impossible. So denying reality isn’t being helpful. Just discourage that phraseology.