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For kids obsessed with princesses, being deeply engaged with those stories can have long-term effects. A new study from BYU researcher Sarah Coyne followed a group of kids for years, and found that those who loved “princess culture” had more positive body image and more equal views of men and women as they approached adolescence.
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