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You don’t have to be a grownup to understand that there is blatant sexism in the fashion industry — and an 8-year-old girl named Daisy is proof of that.The Wiltshire, England, resident was out shopping with her mom when she noticed a big difference in the apparel for boys and girls: The shirts for boys had inspirational and exciting sayings like “Think outside the box,” “hero,” and “Desert adventure awaits” on them, while the girls’ shirts had superficial slogans like “I feel fabulous,” “beautiful,” and even just “Hey.” Understandably, Daisy wants to be offered encouraging clothing, and “Hey” doesn’t quite do the trick.“It’s unfair because everyone thinks that girls should just be pretty and boys should just be adventurous. I think that’s wrong because why should boys’ and girls’ clothes even be separated, because we’re just as good as each other,” she tells her mom, who caught the inspiring moment on camera. Daisy likes adventure — which explains why she’s wearing a karate uniform — and she wants clothes to match her personality, not what people think her personality should be. But that wasn’t enough for her; Daisy, hero that she is, wants to make an immediate difference, so she takes matters into her own hands and puts a bunch of the boys’ shirts in the girls’ section.“The deal also stipulated that 5 acres of land be given to Faiz for handing over his daughter and the property has been transferred,” he added.The nikah of Ahmad and Rani Bibi was solemnised 3 months ago but the marriage ceremony as held on Friday and was attended by over 100 people.
This is the moment Rose regained her sight after 14 years of being blind.Ahmad is 82-years-old and is a wealthy landlord owning more than 20 acres of land. His first wife died young and the second got a divorce.The third, Anwar Bibi, was murdered by Faiz,” Shah told reporters.“Ahmed said that Faiz had taken his wife from him and therefore ‘owed him a wife’.Then he agreed to take his daughter,” eyewitness Raheem Shah said.