We've all heard the phrase "like a girl" at one point in our lives. Whether it's when describing someone who "runs like a girl" or "hits like a girl," it's been used to characterize someone as weaker or lesser. Well, not anymore. In a video that's going viral, Always has brought on Lauren Greenfield (director of The Queen of Versailles) to show us what it really means to do it "like a girl."
First, Greenfield asked multiple people -- teenage girls, younger boys, adult men -- to "run like a girl" and "throw like a girl." Immediately, they ran about with their arms flailing, their legs awkwardly stomping, and began throwing weakly. But then she asked the same question to preteen girls. And their responses will shock you. Take a look: