Monthly Archives: February 2012

Aggressive play and marketing

Interesting what my co-blogger wrote about the marketing of ‘aggressive’, sex-role stereotypical toy to boys. ¬†Though there are always differences in styles of play between boys and girls, it is clearly a profitable business to dictate the type and manner … Continue reading

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Absent fathers

Originally posted on thestrugglershandbook:
I don’t remember my father being around that much as I was growing up. I’m sure he was there¬†from time to time, but I just don’t recall much in the way of interaction as a child.…

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