A few months ago, thirteen-year-old Ayla wrote to the Obamas about her experience with sexism in sports. Mostly, she was annoyed with her brother for being a pain about women's soccer and claiming boys are better at sports than girls. It's a surprisingly common attitude among people in our nation, especially considering the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team are the only ones bringing home a World Cup lately. Well, jokes on you, Ayla's brother and anyone else who thinks boys are better at sports, because Ayla went to the White House to introduce the President as he ceremonially congratulated the Women's National Team.

“It makes me mad that people do not treat girls equally. Plus a lot of girls are better at sports than boys. So all I am...

Posted by The White House on Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Ayla got to meet the President and her heroes. Starting at about minute 19 below, you can see Ayla read her letter and introduce President Obama, who takes a swipe at her brother that everyone cheers after. Poor little guy. He learned today.

Sources: The White House