But what comes then, a few years later? This baby eventually grows into a small child that asks questions, builds itself up, and grips us with all its might like a force of nature. Eventually, this phase will wane and make room for gender stereotypes. In 2017, a group of researchers in the United States showed that girls start doubting themselves at six years. When they are read stories featuring brave, strong protagonists, girls tend to assume the character is a boy. They consider these traits as typically male. Many parents thus ask themselves: How can we raise girls to be strong, confident women? Women who overcome hurdles by having the right attitude and reassurance? Women who feel successful professionally and privately?