So he read it and also I said to him, there is a woman named Rena Bartos, who was an advertising executive at Grey Advertising, and she was trying to explain to the clients that you really couldn't sell cars anymore with women in bikinis laying over the hood of the car, that women were buying cars, and that wasn't going to sell a car to a woman. That is not the definition of a real family anymore. I just wanted to do it-- to create a project that was non-sexist and non-racist and would show children that there was really no way you had to be. That seemed the perfect way to close things out. So I think that the workplace has to be more flexible. I'm Glad I'm a Girl! And their family has to be flexible enough to say this is a day where mommy or daddy has to be completely obsessed with their work, or else we're going to fall right back into the same old stereotypes, where one person has to stay home and one person has to go to work. I want to change my name. I mean, this, you know, it doesn't happen. And he said, we believe that you can be a television star. I mean not being married was a huge thing in my life. I mean, I know it does. This segment, we felt, would underscore that people had to be taught to be sexist; and that little children had not yet been socialized with gender stereotypes. Then they let me look at you…and I knew that you were what I had been praying for.