Resources

 Everybody in dresses: Why does gender neutral clothing always mean ‘boy’ clothes for girls? (outstanding article)

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The problem with separate toys for girls and boys. What started our obsession with assigning gender to playthings, and how can parents combat it? 

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This Mum’s Letter Perfectly Sums Up The Problem With Gender Stereotyping Kids’ Clothes

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Start Early: Addressing Gender-Based Bullying in Elementary School

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Girls Are Pink, Boys Are Blue: On Toddlers And Gender Roles

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Documents on a review by Reg Bailey into the commercialisation and sexualisation of childhood

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Children’s Feet – A practical footwear guide for parents, teachers and children

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MY SONS WEAR PINK, AND THEY HAVE INTACT PENISES

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Natural History: not just for boys!

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Gender segregation: Time to mark the cards of retailers like M&S who divide boys and girls’ toys

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Why is gender neutral parenting so hard?

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He, She … It?

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You Are What You Wear
The Dangerous Lessons Kids Learn From Sexist T-Shirts

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Selling gender: Exploiting stereotypes for profit

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The ‘pink vs blue’ gender myth

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Caroline Criado-Perez: Girls are not fairytale princesses who need to be conquered

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‘One of each’

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A Message for My Little Boy Who Likes to Wear Tutus

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Pigeonholed from birth.

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Your infant is not a “stud muffin”: Why do we insist on sexifying babies?

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Target will stop labeling toys for boys or for girls. Good.

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