Women's clothing lacking pockets has long been an annoyance to the world. But now one first grader seems set to revolutionize the bizarre trend...

Gender stereotypes have always been harmful.

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The restrictive gender rules set by society have caused damage in modern society, especially to those who have ventured outside of them.

At first, those activists were shunned.

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And now, very slowly, things are starting to change.

But there's one place this change is happening much slower than the rest.

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In clothing.

While we hear a lot of stories about the breaking of gender stereotypes in other areas...

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Younger people, in particular, are often very restricted in this category.

But one first-grader from Bentonville, Arkansas, looks set to make a change.

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With a letter that's taking the internet by storm.

Because why shouldn't "female" clothing be functional?

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Who doesn't love a pocket?

Gender stereotypes are now fully being questioned...

And change is on the horizon!

Kamryn Gardner, a first-grader at Evening Star Elementary School, took matters into her own hands.


Writing a letter to Old Navy about the tyranny of fake pockets.

"Dear Old Navy,"


And amazingly, the brand responded!

They've taken her feedback on board ...


And even sent Kamryn a pair of (pocketed) jeans!

Why should little boys be expected to play with trucks and wear blue?

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And why can't little girls play with cars if they want to and wear t-shirts with dinosaurs on them?

The stereotypes surrounding gender are starting to loosen slightly...

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And we absolutely love to see it.