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Star Wars toys are mainly being made for boys. People are complaining that they are leaving out Rey from all Star Wars products. Girls should take a stand to show that girls matter. In an article by Associated Press, “Asleep at the switch? “Force Awakens” heroine missing from toy line” explores the lack of Rey toys. Some people are saying they leave out Rey because the producers believe Star Wars is for boys. Many people are asking the producers to add Rey to Star Wars products. Some are even starting tweets to get other people to ask for Rey too. ´´An 8-year-old girl wrote Monopoly maker Hasbro,saying girls matter´´ Many people are mad because Disney companies did not add Rey because she is a girl. People are saying that not only boys

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