Fellow feminists and mothers, I have a question for you all. 
You see, I ran across this T-shirt at my local Target and my daughter is super into superheroes, superheroines included, right now so of course she wanted it. But then I looked a little closer at their bodies, how sharp their torsos are, with how much intent and purpose the lines denoting their waists as small seem to be drawn. So my question is this - 
Is the shirt another tangible example of unattainable beauty standards, especially in relation to weight, that might communicate to my daughter body insecurity?
Or is it just an element of style and drawing that I am probably over-thinking? 

Fellow feminists and mothers, I have a question for you all. 

You see, I ran across this T-shirt at my local Target and my daughter is super into superheroes, superheroines included, right now so of course she wanted it. But then I looked a little closer at their bodies, how sharp their torsos are, with how much intent and purpose the lines denoting their waists as small seem to be drawn. So my question is this - 

Is the shirt another tangible example of unattainable beauty standards, especially in relation to weight, that might communicate to my daughter body insecurity?

Or is it just an element of style and drawing that I am probably over-thinking?