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I have three real life Powerpuff girls of my own! I do! Sometimes they annoy each other and then other times they work together and show their true colors. They support each other while playing sports. They are kind to others and they make people laugh. I know in an instant those characteristics can save the day!
Hulu is celebrating the launch of The Powerpuff Girls by highlighting amazing girls across the country!
These #RealLifePowerpuff girls are doing rad things and inspiring others along the way, whether working in the fields of science or sports, or doing great things for their families and community.
Do you have an awesome, inspiring young girl in your life?
Share your #RealLifePowerpuff girl by posting a photo or video of them on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter and tag it with #RealLifePowerpuff and #Contest. Don’t forget to include what makes her awesome and they might get shared and enter you to win a special PPG prize! Visit the official website for more information.
- You must be at least 13 years of age to participate. (A parent or guardian may submit entries for those under 13.)
- All stories must be originally shared on one of the following platforms: Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter or Instagram.
- Tag stories with #RealLifePowerpuff and #contest.
ABOUT THE POWERPUFF GIRLS ON HULU – watch the trailer
For parents and kids alike, Hulu is the only place to find the full classic animated series The Powerpuff Girls.
As one of Cartoon Network’s most enduring original series, the initial run of The Powerpuff Girls, created by Craig McCracken, premiered in 1998 and quickly became a global phenomenon. Since its premiere, the series earned two Emmy® Awards along with five nominations and countless animation honors throughout its 80 episodes.
The Powerpuff Girls centers on three sugar-coated superheroes, Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, whose missions in life alternate between going to school, fighting crime, winning at hopscotch and saving the world before bedtime. The girls are frequently called upon by the town’s mayor to help fight nearby criminals using their powers. While their differences cause them to squabble and tease, their individual strengths combined always lead them to victory. They rely on teamwork, trust, and friendship to thwart evil (in the most adorable way).
To celebrate this initiative, we have a 6 month Hulu code to give away to one lucky reader!
I like that it highlights strong, determined, amazing young girls that can inspire others..
I like the challenge and incentive of the #RealLifePowerPuff campaign.
Ann Fantom says
I like that the PowerPuff Girls because they teach young girls how to handle everyday situations.
Samantha Wagner says
I like it because it teaches girls to be confident in who they are.
I like it because The Powerpuff Girls was a favorite of mine growing up!
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Seyma Shabbir says
I love the #RealLifePowerPuff campaign because it shows the characteristics of strong girls. We need more positive role models in shows.
I like how the #RealLifePowerpuff shows that girls are inspiring. We all have at least one #RealLifePowerpuff in our life!
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I like that it teaches girls to be confident in who they are
Cheryl B says
I like that it focuses on strong, independent and confident girls.
I like that it is empowering for young girls who need role models.
Vanessa Richard says
I love that it shows off the good behavior and skills of younger girls allowing others to use them as role models cause most while they look up to adults still want to be cool with their own age.
I like any campaigns that empower women and girls! I’m for it.
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I love that it is empowering girls to have confidence and pursue their dreams.
Julie Bickham says
I think its great. I have 2 daughters and I’m happy to see all this girl empowerment!
elizabeth miller says
I love that girls are being recognized for being real life girls that stand out and make a path for themselves.
DAWN SCHMIDT says
I love that the campaign #RealLifePowerPuff is inspiring and promoting a very positive message
Julie Waldron says
I like that it inspires girls to be independent and confident.
Julie Waldron says
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Dotty J Boucher says
What I really love about #RealLifePowerPuff , is that it helps to empower females, Which I have so heart believe in.Its a great way to encourage positiveness..
I like the positive message it spreads.
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I love recognizing girls for their strength, because there is still too much focus on how girls look.
I like that it is showcasing girls for different amazing things that they do and are doing.
I like that it encourages, empowers and lifts up girls
I like the positive messages of the #RealLifePowerPuff campaign for girls to become empowered of themselves.
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Mary Beth Elderton says
I love the #RealLifePowerPuff campaigne as a way to..well..”empower” girls. I love that girls like my daughter and grand-daughters can feel their strength.
Allan F says
I love the focus on empowering young women to take control of their lives. Although, I do wish it had more of a focus on structural issues that it is dealing with in an indirect way.
Evie B. says
I like that it recognizes girls in their communities doing great things.
I like the #RealLifePowerPuff campaign raises the awareness and gives a purpose.
DailyWoman (Lacey) says
I like that it teaches confidence to little girls
Shelley P says
I like that it showcases young girls that are doing great things and inspiring others to do the same.
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I love that they’re honoring kids who make a difference! I think it helps kids see they can make a difference in the world no matter their age.
Debbie B says
it shows friendship, trust and teamwork
Brooke Allen says
I think that it’s great to encourage people to be their best, no matter what their age or gender.
Angela Saver says
I love the #RealLifePowerPuff campaign because I want my daughter and nieces to grow up strong, young women and it’s a great encouragement for them!
Lesley F says
I like that it sends a good message to girls
Mya Murphy says
It shows girls that are have strength, awesome attributes, and people look up to them!!
Carolyn D says
It is empowering and inspiring to girls to embrace their strengths.
BRYAN E. says
The #RealLifePowerPuff Girl campaign encourages girls to be strong, determined, & fearless as they navigate their elementary / middle school years…things that parents of girls should be doing !
Debbi Wellenstein says
#RealLifePowerPuffGirls is inspiring girls to be their authentic selves.
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Dana Rodriguez says
I like that the #RealLifePowerPuff Girl campaign gives girls confidence.
Laura Emerson says
I like how it teaches girls to have confidence and faith in themselves. It really does give them a sense of courage and trying.