In Praise of a 'Girly' Muppet

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Alix Black in a childhood photo, dressed as a young fairy princess. i

A portrait of the commentator as a young fairy princess. Courtesy Alix Black hide caption

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Alix Black in a childhood photo, dressed as a young fairy princess.

A portrait of the commentator as a young fairy princess.

Courtesy Alix Black

Facing competition from kids' programs like Dora the Explorer, the perennial Sesame Street has developed Abby Cadabby. She embraces her inner fairy princess, wings, wand and all. Our commentator says it's nice to see a muppet who's not afraid to be feminine.

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