The picture showed a woman in a provocative pose while photos advertising male kits showed boys and men in athletic wear.
The company have said that the tissues will now be called "Extra Large".
The youngster wrote to the head of the New Zealand Transport Agency and said the sign 'LINEMEN' is 'wrong and unfair.'
Her father was left frustrated by the remark and posted on Facebook asking for support. The racing community did not disappoint.
The man, who told a female police officer her occupation "is not a job for women,” is the first to be convicted since the law was passed.
Daisy Edmonds pointed out the "unfair" differences that saw boys' shirts labelled "Hero" while girls' said "Beautiful".
Nottinghamshire Police has become the first force in the country to recognise misogyny as a hate crime.
The head of Xbox has admitted it was 'unequivocally wrong' to feature the entertainers after female tech workers spoke out.