A British father shared the charming letter that his four-year-old daughter wrote to the Lego City magazine after seeing that they had only one female-speaking character – compared to 28 men.
Samuel West, 52, from London, praised part of the magazine and the letter that his daughter wrote on social media.
Of the 29 speaking characters in the Lego City magazine, only one woman could be seen – and she spoke only once, to agree with another male character.
Other social media users praised girls' attitudes and asked Lego Magazine to listen to her letter.
Lego told the MailOnline: & We look forward to receiving and answering the letter. We also invited her and her father to visit our London office and share her great ideas, especially about LEGO City. & # 39;
Actor Samuel West revealed on Twitter that his daughter had noticed that there was only one female character in the entire magazine that spoke, and the four-year-old was keen to write to Lego to & # 39; more girls & # 39; to ask in their magazines
Samuel, who works as an actor and director, went through his daughter's thoughts about the magazine on Twitter.
He wrote: & # 39; Dear Lego, my daughter, four, loves Lego, football and blue, so she was very happy with the new Lego City magazine.
& # 39; Then she noted that of the 29 people who talk in it, only one is female, and she speaks once to agree with a man. So my daughter wrote you a letter. & # 39;
So the four-year-old, whose name is unknown, sent a letter to Lego's headquarters asking if they could include more women in their magazines.
This edition of the Lego City magazine contains a football-loving gardener and comes with a toy from the character
The letter that Samuel shared in the book of the charming four-year-old read simply: & # 39; People from Lego magazine, can you please place more girls in your magazine? Love & # 39 ;.
The Lego City magazine publishes 12 times a year and offers puzzles, comics, posters and competitions, as well as a small Lego toy.
This song contained the story of a gardener on a soccer field and even came up with a toy from the character.
The only talking female character in the magazine seemed to be a factory worker wearing a blue uniform, and was depicted with a fish.
Actor Samuel West shared the letter, alongside the magazine and the female-speaking character, on Twitter. He and his four-year-old daughter received a flood of support
Samuel and his daughter expressed concern that the only speaking female character in the magazine is consistent with one of the 28 male characters
She made only one comment, consistent with one of the male characters, and said: & # 39; Yes! Let's do this! & # 39;
The tweet quickly went viral, with more than 8,000 likes in less than a day.
Other users were amazed by the failure of the magazine, but also praised the ingenuity of the little girl – and her great handwriting.
& # 39; Mini West rocks, happy to stand up for herself and all other girls to be recorded and get a voice, & # 39; someone wrote.
Social media users praised the reactions of the young people to the magazine, suggesting that the Lego magazine gets four-year-olds to prove that it can be read
Another pointed out how neat the hand of the young hand was, and said: & # 39; That's a great handwriting for a four-year-old. And I think it is great that she makes herself heard at such a young age. Go, girl! & # 39;
& # 39; Well done for your daughter, & # 39; another commented. & # 39; Lego, why don't you have a group of 4-year-olds who can read your magazines, they will show you where you go wrong in a fraction of a second, then you can stop this unnecessary split between boy and girl. & # 39;
The company replied: & # 39; We think your daughter is rocking! We look forward to receiving her letter.
& # 39; Just like you, we believe that LEGO is for everyone and that our magazines should reflect that.
Samuel also shared Lego's & # 39; s tweet in response to his comments and praised the company for their quick and courteous recognition
& # 39; We will review future editions to ensure that this is the case. We hope your daughter will always love LEGO, football and blue. & # 39;
Samuel said he thought the answer & # 39; a quick and courteous confirmation & # 39; used to be.
He continued: & # 39; Good for them. Daughter satisfied, and feels heard. & # 39;
But he said the couple still wanted to receive a response from the magazine itself, saying: & I hope we will get a full response from the magazine in due course. & # 39;