Today's Most Powerful Women Want To Ban Bossy

Beyonce, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch, Condoleezza Rice, Diane von Furstenberg, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and "Lean In" author Sheryl Sandberg created a PSA to #BanBossy

  • Ban Bossy — I'm Not Bossy. I'm the Boss.

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    Some of today's most powerful women joined forces to encourage young women to take on leadership roles, saying that being called "bossy" makes girls feel insecure about taking on the same roles as men. Along with Girl Scouts of American and Lifetime, they have created an inspiring PSA to #banbossy

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