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Allies of Let Toys Be Toys, we are calling on retailers in the UK to stop limiting children to outdated gender stereotypes in the design and marketing of children's clothes. #letclothesbeclothes

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We are proud to support and work alongside the following:

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Campaign asking retailers to stop limiting children's imagination by selling toys as either for girls, or for boys.

Let Toys Be Toys

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The Fawcett Society is the UK’s leading charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights.

The Fawcett Society

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Trousers for All is a UK-wide group that campaigns to give girls the option of wearing trousers as part of their school uniform.

Trousers for All

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We believe that all children – girls and boys - are affected by the ‘pinkification’ of girlhood. Our aim is to challenge and reverse this growing trend.

Pink Stinks

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Blogger Dad chronicling the fun and games of a geek father, his fangirl daughter, and their ongoing struggle against pinkification.

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Check out our latest book contribution:

The Equal Classroom Routledge Lucy Rycro

Out this month The Equal Classroom (Routledge) is a guide for teachers and schools, featuring Let Toys Be Toys and a chapter on gendered clothing written by Let Clothes Be Clothes founder Francesca Mallen.

"Many of the parents I’ve spoken to through the campaign struggle to counter the prevailing gender-policing of their boys, including those who simply want the choice of wearing a dress or a skirt. The idea that boys CAN choose (traditionally deemed) feminine garments (unisex in plenty of non-western cultures) may get Piers Morgan in a flap on twitter, but real choice is not only counter to stereotypes, but promotes comfort too."

Click here to read the full chapter