Diva Starz, Lisa Frank, Barbie
Like, this type of taking imagery that can be restrictive or demeaning and reclaiming it as a means of empowerment is really cool! I mean, I feel like Babes in Toyland/Courtney Love's kinderwhore thing was so great because it used the stereotypically ultra-feminine, unthreatening-girl child concept and subverted it with expressions of sexuality, elements of masculinity, as well as an I-don't-care attitude that kind of acted like a big fuck-you to the way that this aesthetic was usually used to reduce the identities of girls to simple concepts.
Anyway here are a selection of images that, while not entirely cohesive, kind of illustrate this idea.(Buffy is here at the top because I just love how she is so unapologetically feminine whilst at once also being strong and tenacious and committed to getting what she wants - in short, she demonstrates a multiplicity that much of society denies girls of being capable of.) (She is also the queen of everything.)
Buffy screencap, Jeremy Scott F/W 2012 (which I love, despite the somewhat questionable bindi-wearing), "Sweet Lulu" by Julia Baylis for The Ardorous, Liv Tyler, Tavi by Petra for Oyster #99, and Miles Aldridge for Vogue Italia Beauty
For more cool stuff refer to this Polyvore set (it's awesome and you will want everything!)