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You know how girls’ clothing is often stereotyped? Well, so is boys’. These moms were tired of it
Tired of stereotypical girls’ clothes, these women did something about it — then banded together.
A new generation of parents is shopping with the idea that pink and blue—along with robots, bunnies, dinosaurs, and unicorns—are for every child.
Opening clothing up to that fluid, liberated point of view is especially important for kids, whose apparel is often constructed around rigid categories for “girls” and “boys.”
Home and Family on The Hallmark Channel
Rebecca explains that positive messaging on clothing is important for boys and girls, with a fashion show.
Global Canada News
What do you do when you’re shopping for your daughters and everything on the rack is pink and glittery? Or you’re shopping for your son and everything pushes them towards being a “real and masculine” boy?