A little girl in the United Kingdom isn't afraid of Darth Vader, she wants to be him.
Or rather, dress up like him.
But when Izzy Cornthwaite went to the Disney Store's UK site, she was disappointed to see that the Vader costume was listed as a boy's costume.
Izzy's mother Rebecca said that "Her face fell. [Her eyes] filled with tears and she said 'I can't have it, it says they're only for boys'," The Guardian reported.
And Izzy wasn't having any of it, she wrote to Disney to explain how the labeling of the costume made her upset.
The story doesn't end there. Disney actually responded.
According to the Guardian, the response said "The description for this costume has now been amended as we understand that all of our little Jedis enjoy Star Wars."
Izzy then looked online and found that all costumes and toys have been re-labeled "for kids" on the Disney Store's UK site, and they're not broken down by gender.
The U.S. version of the Disney Store is still broken down by gender.