following reply that states, "We rely on advice from our licensors for our licensed tees. The Guardians of the Galaxy shirt in particular is a boy's shirt, which is why it does not include the female character Gamora. We try to have a diverse assortment but unfortunately cannot represent each movie and character."
So. Much. Rage.
Rage at the licensor and at The Children's Place for perpetuating gender stereotypes. Boys will buy t-shirts with girls on them. In fact, I've seen younger kids express confusion at her being left out of the group. And if a little boy refuses to wear a shirt because it has a girl on it... well, aren't there bigger issues at hand? Also, by that logic, why are they selling a shirt with a raccoon and tree? If it's a boy's shirt, then only the humanoid males should be included on the t-shirt.
I should mention that regardless of direction from Marvel and/or Disney, The Children's Place has also sold shirts like this gem in the past which supports the stereotype that girls don't like math:
The Children's Place should take a cue from Kristen's daughter. She fixed the t-shirt in no time and added Gamora:
contact information for Licensing on this page. It probably wouldn't hurt to send a polite (that part is very important) email about excluding Gamora and/or gender stereotypes if you so wish.