Consumers Don’t See Gender as Binary, so Why Are Toys Still Pink and Blue?

Brands are starting to break the mold by marketing products to all children

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When Laurel Wider’s preschool-aged son told her that boys don’t cry, she was heartbroken. As a psychotherapist that specializes in gender, Wider prioritized raising her child without stereotypes. 

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