Category Archives: gender stereotyping

Treasure is for boys, fluff for girls – in the 21st century?

Just in case you thought gender stereotyping was a thing of the past, have a look at this picture which is doing the rounds on Facebook at the moment. So, if you’re a boy, you are told that you should … Continue reading

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US website: "it’s particularly depressing we can’t vote for Jo Swinson"

American website has heaped high praise on Liberal Democrat MP for East Dunbartonshire Jo Swinson for calling for speaking out against gender stereotyping on television.  Margaret Hartmann wrote:  We get a bit jealous anytime we hear about a nation in … Continue reading

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>Tesco don’t get it on sexist marketing.

>Remember I wrote the other day about how I’d complained to Tesco about the appalling gender stereotyping in their latest advertising campaign? It featured baby dolls as being “for girls” and transformers being “for boys”. Well, I’ve had a reply … Continue reading

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