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Why One Dad Encourages His Son To Play With Dolls

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In a segment of Huffpost Live, father of two sons, Joe DeProspero, and blogger for Parents magazine explains why he encourages his sons to play with toys that are considered traditionally girl toys. In a nutshell, he explains that by limiting what we allow our children to play with based on gender-typical toys, we are […]

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Why I Want My Son, And All Boys, To Play With Dolls

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In his column for the Washington Post, Peter Morris, examines the role of the father and the problems they face by being treated by society as the ‘secondary parent’. In his own experience, he found that when his wife was expecting their first child, he attended every prenatal appointment and even a breastfeeding class, but […]

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The Next Generation Of Autism Educators

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In order to meet the needs of the quickly growing number of children diagnosed with Autism in America today, and to help the families of these children get the help they need, Dr. Laurie Sperry, Ph.D. has opened a new research clinic for Regis University graduates at Denver Tech Center. This program is unique from […]

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Why I’m Letting My Girl Be A Girl

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Jeremy McKeen, writes in his commentary, why he is letting his little girl be a girl and his little boy be a boy. McKeen is an open-minded man, and one can easily pick that up as he explains that, despite the fact he has always offered his son and daughter a wide assortment of toys […]

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Darth Vader is for girls, too: the young fan who forced Disney to change toy labels

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Gender equality when it comes to children’s toys is getting a lot of attention in the media, and some of it’s biggest advocates are children expressing to toy companies their disapproval of labeling some toys for girls, and some for boys. When Izzy Cornthwaite saw that the Darth Vader costume she wanted was labeled ‘for […]

Asperger’s Advocate: Fargo Man Travels World Speaking About Autism

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The blog post Asperger’s Advocate: Fargo Man Travels World Speaking About Autism See more on: My Sibling Dolls Blog Zach Zaborny, a twenty-five year old man with Asperger’s syndrome, as well as a college graduate, has become an worldwide advocate for people on the Autism Spectrum, and he travels sharing with audiences his experiences as […]