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Festival of the Girl

Festival of The Girl activity books are aimed at girls aged 7-11 and are jam-packed with brilliant activities, inspiring women and creative games with a feminist twist. And it features a gender equality quiz from Lifting Limits!

These books are created to engage and inspire young girls while having fun! Please join the mission to break down harmful gender stereotypes and create a more gender equal future for our children. 

Let Toys be Toys

A social media campaign founded in 2012, challenging gender stereotypes in childhood, especially in toy marketing, education and the media. Their Toymark list of recommended retailers in the UK is a good resource for books and toys.

Let Clothes be Clothes

A campaign founded in 2014, calling for an end to the harmful gender stereotypes used in the design and marketing of children’s clothes in the UK.

Sonshine Magazine

An online magazine from a British mum, published quarterly, about raising boys for a more equal world.

Think or Blue

A blog from an American mom about parenting without stereotypes, and raising kids to be confident, kind, and proud to be themselves.

Outspoken SexEd

Outspoken Sex Ed supports parents in talking about sex and relationships with their children – their resources include tips for challenging gender stereotypes with children.

The Fawcett Society

The Fawcett Society is the UK’s leading charity campaigning for gender equality and women’s rights at work, at home and in public life. The equal play campaign supports  parents, care givers and adults to challenge gender stereotypes with their kids.

 


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