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Allies of Let Toys Be Toys, we are calling on retailers in the UK to stop limiting children to outdated gender stereotypes in the design and marketing of children's clothes.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