Words by

Veronica Jenkinson

If there's anything that 2015 can be remembered for, it’s that women pretty much ruled the world.

We've got Hillary Clinton running for President, Emma Watson in the UN, Viola Davis winning an Emmy and Amy Schumer just being awesome.

Now GoldieBlox, the toy company that encourages girls to develop an interest in engineering, is showcasing these awesome women in the cutest way possible. 

Fast-Forward Girls 2015 stars some of YouTube’s youngest stars dressing up as some of the year’s most iconic women, Amy Schumer, Misty Copeland, Hillary Clinton, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Abby Wambach, Isis Anchalee, Viola Davis, Jen Welter, Nicki Minaj, and Beyoncé and performing some creative little skits.

And if that wasn’t great enough, the video is soundtracked by Sophia Grace’s take on Fifth Harmony’s ‘Worth It’. We’ve missed this girl.

#ilooklikea … whatever you want really because there's nothing we can't accomplish as girls.


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Even Vogue editors don't think it's relevant.
I’m not even sure if we’re doing it to appease the patriarchy anymore.
It’s ridiculous to think a tee can effect change.
It's called 'Women are the Future', for starters.
A detailed account of every time you’ll cry like a baby.
You know it, I know it. So let’s do it.
Because you’ve always wanted to own a pantsuit tee.
We can finally get our hands on a pair of those kiss print knickers.