Richard Scarry has created more than 300 children books in his career, dating back to 1949. He’s been quietly re-writing many of them, to adjust to society’s growing understanding and acceptance of gender roles and cultural relations. In fact, the changes have been there since 1991 and no one has taken much notice. It was Alan Taylor, a senior photo editor at The Atlantic, who noticed the changes in his child’s version of Best Word Book Ever and posted them … Keep Reading!!!
Let’s just crown Mike Melgaard the king of trolling right now. Since the announcement of the end of gender signage in Target their facebook page has been full of people’s opinions. Mike decided to create the “Ask ForHelp” account, using the Target logo to troll the negative comments.
It’s actually a lesser known commandment: thou shalt not play with Barbies if thou hast a penis.
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Today, on their website, Target announced that their toy section will no longer have gender specific signage. Customers have been asking for this for quite some time and Target has finally listened.
While their stores won’t be completely free of gender division it is a huge step. They have said their clothing will still have gender-based signage but that they recognize toys, home or entertainment products do not need to be separated by gender.
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Australian model and DJ Ruby Rose recently debuted Break Free, a short film about the fluidity of gender roles, Trans, and an identity that deviates from what society deems as “normal.”
Rose, who stars in the short, appears at the beginning as classically stunning woman. I initially thought I was watching an ad for an expensive French perfume or foreign cosmetic line. However, within two minutes the film took a surprising turn.