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Let Books Be Books – a heartening and culturally necessary campaign asking publishers to stop the gender-priming by taking the “for boys” and “for girls” labels off of children’s books.
For some brilliant and prescient meta-commentary on the cultural problem in question, see a New Yorker cartoonist’s vintage gem I’m Glad I’m A Boy! I’m Glad I’m a Girl!

Let Books Be Books – a heartening and culturally necessary campaign asking publishers to stop the gender-priming by taking the “for boys” and “for girls” labels off of children’s books.

For some brilliant and prescient meta-commentary on the cultural problem in question, see a New Yorker cartoonist’s vintage gem I’m Glad I’m A Boy! I’m Glad I’m a Girl!

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