Judithe Registre: I’m just going to add though there’s one story. The story is that you feel pain, I feel pain, we hunger, there is one human story. Seven million people and one thing I’ve been fascinated by, whether I move across different countries around the world, that people have the same desire: to be respected, to live with human dignity. That is one story. And if we can remember that one story, the 56 stories become meaningful. If we can’t remember that one story, the 56 stories is meaningless.
For gender-expansive kids, birth certificates can cause a multitude of issues. In California, this is starting to change.
Caught on camera in the “pink aisle” of a U.S. toy store, 5-year-old Riley posed a multibillion-dollar question: “Why does all the girls have to buy pink stuff and all the boys have to buy different colored stuff?” Her impassioned critique of profit-boosting gendered toy marketing has been viewed more…
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Inspired by a succession of female warrior heroes, toy makers are marketing a more aggressive line of playthings for girls â even as the industry clings to every shade of pink.
…because the next generation can speak for itself,
Our friends at Youth Speaks have an amazing event coming up - check out the details.