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How to Raise Your Daughter Without Gender Bias

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Roy Albert
Roy Albert
Sep 06, 2022

It is hard to imagine that we still have gender biases in today's society, where we are constantly told what girls and boys should wear, look like, and behave like. Although these biases are partially ingrained in us, if we can become more conscious of them, we can take proactive measures to combat them and eradicate gender bias for the coming generations. Is it a boy or a girl? is usually the first thing you ask when you learn someone is pregnant. The nursery's pink or blue wallpaper is then put up, dolls rather than vehicles or trucks are bought, and the process of separating the children into different gender paths starts. Much of their early years are shaped by…

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