It’s summer, so the kids stores are stocked with piles of shorts. Sharon Choksi, who has a son and a daughter, noticed a disturbing trend: girls tend to be larger than boys until about 9, but girls’ clothing is far smaller than boys’. Brands tend to make girls’ shorts 65% shorter than boys’ shorts, and girls are also expected to wear tighter T-shirts.
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