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I really wanted to like this show - a girl forging her path against the cultural grain - except she isn't. It seems Nick does not have the courage to go against gender stereotypes. They take the risk of putting a girl into boys' sports, but then double down on the female stereotype and craft a character that is more of a caricature. They encase her in pink glitter and ridiculous, overdone hair; she is soft-spoken and sweet; she would make Beaver Cleaver a great little wife. Males have reason to be offended by this show as well. The boys are all portrayed as two dimensional idiots who couldn't find their way out of a wet paper bag without Bella.
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