October 14, 2016
Meet Bella, Rella, and Sierra: a trio of skateboarding six-year-olds who form the Pink Helmet Posse. This fantastical short follows the girls as they pop ollies and shred through gender stereotypes—all while dressed in tutus. In a sport where girls are traditionally underrepresented, the posse proves that despite their nail polish and pink helmets, there’s no limit to what they can do.
Society needs to be reminded that stereotypes are just that. Through the fun these young girls have for skateboarding we all learn a lesson to be more openminded and fun.
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