…they do not fear; neither do they know heartbreak.
I have known only three Girls during this lifetime.
The characteristic of Girls is emotional innocence, which Girls want to keep no matter what; Artemis firing the arrow of Truth, rather than Venus on the half-shell. And Supergirls have the superpower of Invulnerable Innocence, as described by A.H. Almaas.
Because we believe our dead world, our dead mind, we are afraid of this innocence. This innocence scares the hell out of us, scares the hell out of the person in the mind, because when it appears, this innocence has an effect like the sun coming out from behind the cloud: immediate incineration of the dark world. More specifically, to be innocent like that, to understand or to be in that condition of absolute innocence also means that we must be defenseless; we cannot be innocent and have defenses. We have to be absolutely without protection – even the protection of our ideas. We have to be completely vulnerable. (Diamond Heart Book 4, pg 147)
Invulnerable Innocence is a very deep element of reality, or to put it another way, a particularly profound Name of God. All the Names are deep, but some of them are easier to access from the human form than others. Luckily, the Girls, the Joan of Arcs, the Rabias, the Persephones, are there to carry the banner a little further into the World with each life.