A new Brigham Young study found that 96% of girls had viewed Disney princess media and 61% played with princess toys at least once a week. A year later, those who engaged with “princess culture” were more likely to engage in gender-stereotypical behavior. The study said that girls exposed to the princesses could be more susceptible to having a negative body image and lower self-confidence.
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