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How ‘Fearless Cow’ Didn’t Happen

The financial company that installed the “Fearless Girl” statue on Wall Street to help market a female mutual fund originally wanted to commission the bronze in the shape of a cow, according to an email exchange between the company’s rep and City Hall obtained by The Post.

Moo-cifully, three months before having it cast and installed opposite the existing “Charging Bull” sculpture for International Woman’s Day, it dawned on State Street Global Advisors a heifer might be misconstrued as sexist.

“The client realized, after we had gone down the road a bit, that a cow sculpture could be conceived as demeaning to women.” … (read more)

Source: New York Post

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