When kids play across gender lines

Britain’s biggest department store, Harrod’s, reopened its 26,000 square foot “Toy Kingdom” which has been broken into six interactive “worlds” instead of separating its aisles as pink for girls and blue for boys. It’s one small step in the right direction toward breaking down gender divide that starts at an early age through playtime according […]

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