Yes I would. I am not a parent however.
Yes I would. I am a parent.
No I would not. I am not a parent however.
No I would not. I am a parent.
No son of mine would deem it necessary to question the value of his gender. However subtly woven about him was the tapestry of feminisation, I'm afraid that's one battle the bots would be doomed to lose.
I have 3 teenagers, and they didn't want Barbies when they were young. Dinosaurs, Spiderman, sports stuff, bugs....but if they expressed an interest in the Barbie, sure, why not?
Horse sense is the thing a horse has which keeps it from betting on people. ~W.C. Fields
I heard that at one time there was a movement to offer Easy Bake Ovens in gender neutral colors, and the same for the little sewing machines. I don't know if that came to fruition, because my girls are too old for that stuff.
Originally Posted by ChomskyOriginally Posted by OrphanSlug
My sister's 2-year old son has a bitchin' red kitchen. And thanks to me, he has every kind of fake food you can imagine plus frying pans and pots.