|I have a tutu too!|
I have some sympathy when she talks about environments being gender biased, I get irritated that I can't buy much for girls that doesn't refer to a princess of some kind of other, or isn't a lurid pink. Some
During the interview Beck Laxton asked what the boy equivalent of the respectable sounding "tomboy"? She said it was probably "sissy" or something with an equally derogatory intention. She has a point. Little boys playing with mummy's (or nanny's!) nail varnish only want to because children copy the adults in their lives, cue someone to say "boys don't wear nail varnish". Didn't something similar happen in a film about a boy who wanted to learn ballet instead of boxing?
I'm no scientist, but as a mum and nan I believe biological gender differences will out sooner or later anyway. Pah, let kids be kids I say.
|Playing with the garage|
|Her new campervan is the current favourite|