Hill also told Glamour that she doesn’t want her daughters to fear for their safety or losing their rights, as she often does. “Instead, I want to be part of creating a world in which they don’t have to be afraid. But I also want to show them that fear is not a reason to stop moving forward,” she said. “We can listen closely to one another, and speak our truths, and create opportunities to move, and play, and laugh; to learn from one another and grow stronger, together.”
The film touches on themes of body positivity and calls out societal expectations of women, from being feminine to apologizing for their opinions. However, the idea of bodily autonomy also extends to issues such as sexual assault and reproductive rights. As society frequently tells women what to do with their bodies, so does the government, through laws restricting access to birth control and abortions.