The topic, trending on Twitter, puts a spotlight on the pay disparity between women and men.
While more attention is being focused on the inequality in pay, not every company is putting its money where its mouth is.
A report published Tuesday by investment-research company Morningstar said that State Street Global Advisors, the New York company that commissioned the Fearless Girl statue, voted against a number of gender diversity initiatives.
The bronze Fearless Girl statue, created by Kristen Visbal and installed in 2017, stood defiantly in front of the Charging Bull in Manhattan's Financial District.
It became a tourist attraction and was seen by some as a symbol for women in leadership.
Morningstar's report found that State Street's Gender Diversity fund, known as SHE, didn't have a voting record in line with its stated goals of "closing the gender gap" by "strengthening gender diversity and inclusion practices across corporate America."