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Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch And MORE Ask Girls To Ban Bossy In This Empowering PSA! Watch HERE!

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Who runs the world? GIRLS!!!

That's exactly the point Ban Bossy is trying to get across in this PSA that features some major star power, including Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch, Condoleezza Rice, Diane von Fürstenberg, and many more!

In this incredibly empowering video, these women point out that at a very early age most girls are deterred from taking on leadership roles out of fear of being called "bossy." So how do we solve this? By completely banning the word from our vocabulary!

Ban Bossy is looking to empower young girls and encourage them to take on leadership roles, but it's also asking them to make a pledge to never utter the b-word again!

Ch-ch-check out the inspiring PSA (above)!

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11 comments to “Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch And MORE Ask Girls To Ban Bossy In This Empowering PSA! Watch HERE!”

  1. 1

    What a stupid PSA…for me, women's fault is their emotional attachment to professional tasks. I find men remain more neutral and do not take subordination to heart.

  2. 2

    Actions speak louder than words. Beyonce can say all these nice words but in reality she is just another pop star who sells sex more than music. First she was under the control of her father, now she is a rapper's piece who sings about getting drunk and getting on her knees. Her husband raps about spousal abuse on her songs. She is marketed as an independent powerful woman, but in reality she seems more like a pawn who better do what she's told.

  3. MB says – reply to this


    I've worked for 2 women as bosses and around many. Very difficult. Very, very difficult some days. Some days, no matter what you do to avoid it, them, you end up sucked into bullshit because they're "bitchy". Very unpleasant. It's like don't stress me out for a reaction, or out to be a fucking bitch, because you feel like stressing somebody out, because you're in a bad mood. Go into your corner, I'll go into mine, don't scheme, don't meddle, don't look forward to breaking a shitty task to me with a smile on your face to annoy me, because I won't react other than to calmly agree, turn, and walk away from you, which only pisses you off more. Just shut the fuck up, do your job, and don't look at me.

  4. 4

    How about teaching kids to just not be hyper sensitive to words in general? sticks and stones?

  5. Stephanie says – reply to this


    This is a stupid campaign that is only further damaging to young girls!
    Read here:

  6. 6

    I'm female and I love Jennifer Garner but I have to agree that this is bordering on stupidity. I would rather tell girls not to mind labels but ban a word? Unless it's really an unsuccessful figure of speech, of course.

  7. 7

    really? out of everything..this is what they choose to do a PSA about? and what about boys…does this mean they get to be bossy, and us girls should sit back and take it? this whole thing is just stupid.

  8. 8

    How about teaching girls to respect themselves and their bodies and not feel the need to roll around on the ground like a porn star beyonce. Teach them male attention isn't more important than self respect and safety. And so we ban bossy but the word bitch is ok what a joke.

  9. Dumbstruck says – reply to this


    This is a stupid campaign. I would rather see them support cause I am a girl. Then try to get the word bossy banned. I rather see them support a group against rape of women. As a woman I can't get behind this.

  10. GoddessEden says – reply to this


    This is an issue that is personal but actually ends up influencing politics, economics and social standing of women and men throughout the world.

    Sure we have extremely important problems in the world and the word “bossy” seems insignificant, however if we had more "assertive" women coordinating politics, state economies and social policies there would be more problems being solved versus these problems being exaggerated or lingering for leverage, power and personal gain.

  11. fafa says – reply to this


    sorry for you guys but i've workes with women surrounding me, even my boss was a women and i can say easily, women are the worst working with, they speaking all the time a nasty way, always look what someone else do or say, they are bitches, you always need men if you want to balance everything, they brought their jalousy everywhere and all the time, it's to much and i'm a womùan and i'm not the only one to say that !!!