Stop Perpetuating Gender Types with Children’s Christmas Toys | Author: Prof. Catherine Tinsley


We, as a collective, socialize boys and girls to be different. We create and then amplify gender-based differences and then pass these along through both overt and subtle messages. Aside from the obvious anatomical differences, boys and girls are much more alike than they are different. Just a cursory scan of the broader scientific evidence makes this clear. Read a complete article on the Huffington Post.

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