New York Times Magazine featured both The Girl Revolution and TGR Body in a feature piece in 2012. In which, the writer said, Tracee — pretty and well-put-together, wearing a burnt orange blouse that matched her necklace and her bag — . . . started a blog, the Girl Revolution, with a mission to “revolutionize the way we think about, treat and raise girls,” and the accompanying T.G.R. Body line of sunscreens and lotions marketed to tweens and described by Tracee as “natural, organic, craptastic-free products” containing “no estrogens, phytoestrogens, endocrine disrupters.” . . . Ainsley was the tallest child in her third-grade class. She had a thick, enviable blond-streaked ponytail and big feet, like a puppy’s. The curves of her Levi’s matched her mother’s.”
Tracee Sioux was a speaker at Blogher ’08 on the panel, Mirrors: Ours, The Media’s, Our Cultures, and Our Kids’.
The Mt. Pleasant Daily Tribune wrote a feature story on Tracee Sioux and The Girl Revolution in 2009.