pretty in pink…

Walk into any baby section of a clothing store and one will notice two distinct sections - the blue section, rift with sports themes, cars, and puppy dogs - and the pink section, with flowers. Companies have been marketing gender differences for years, although they've raised the bar. It doesn't end with clothing anymore. Large... Continue Reading →

packaging girlhood…

Girls and boys, men and women, aren't very different. Looking around at American society, you would never guess that. In their book, Packaging Girlhood, Sharon Lamb and Lyn Mikel Brown examine the societal aspects which strive to make these gender distinctions and how that affects our daughters. While many would claim genetics and hormonal differences... Continue Reading →

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