If you're drowning in the horror that is Harvey Weinstein, let us offer you some respite - even if it's just for three minutes.
A new Global Girls film featuring little girls around the world lip-synching to Beyoncé's 'Freedom' will successfully remind you that it's not all doom and gloom if happened to be born with a vagina.
That's the hope, anyway.
It's International Day of the Girl today, and the film officially launches the #FreedomForGirls campaign which seeks to remind us that we're failing girls everywhere around the world.
Whilst you watch literally the most badass under ten sneer into the camera singing 'I'm keep running, Cause a winner don't quit on themselves' you're then told every five minutes a girl dies as a result of violence. Or that one in four gets married as a child. Or 71 per cent of human-trafficking victims are female, 63 million girls have undergone FGM and 130 million girls don't go to school.
It's that juxtaposition that makes the film so powerful. These tiny girls in little red pinafores are sassy, strong and persisting in the face of everyday danger.
'We always see girls as a victim, but in this video you can see their survival. The stats are there; they're shocking stats, but you can see there is resilience behind them,' explains Nimco Ali, co-founder and director of the Daughters of Eve (an organisation working to end FGM and support women and girls to live well).
'The whole point is that we can celebrate girls. We're not there yet in terms of gender equality, but the future is bright. If we invest and come together, we can make this future happen.'
Last year's film, #WhatIReallyReallyWant, marked the twentieth anniversary of Girl Power with a playful Spice Girls remake. This year, what with pussy-grabbing Trump let lose in the world, British director MJ Delaney quite rightly wanted to go for a very different feel.
The video will be shared on Google's homepage in more than 45 countries in honour of its commitment to championing gender equality around the globe.
Watch the full video below:
And if you're a fan of the film, you can also head to The Day Of The Girl page on The Global Goals website and join the fight by supporting the organisations listed there.