Monthly Archives: December 2010

Kids’ clothing ideas so easy, anyone could do them!

Maybe you have a son (or grandson, friend’s son, nephew, etc.) who loves pink or ladybugs. Maybe you have a daughter (or granddaughter, friend’s daughter, niece, etc.) who loves cars or trains. Maybe you’ve newly committed yourself to not buying … Continue reading

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Soldiers and sluts, er, Merry Christmas?

Here are a few holiday groans spotted this week. If you see an example of cultural presentation that conveys problematic gender or race messages, let me know! Spotted in a church bulletin this week in an announcement for a youth … Continue reading

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Gender-friendly and anti-racist holiday shopping tips

This post begins a series of reflections, suggestions, and quandaries for parents and others contemplating gifts for kids. Although I’m writing as the end-of-year holidays (and accompanying glut of stuff) approach, these thoughts are just as applicable for birthdays and … Continue reading

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