The TV presenter shared a photo of her eight-year-old son, Ace, in a stylish pink crop top.
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The nanny must not refer to the children as 'he or she' and must stick to a list of gender neutral toys
If you’ve ever wandered down the children’s aisles of a department store you’ll likely be struck with the strict segregation of the toys. Case in point a space themed lunchbox in John Lewis that’s labelled as being for boys. Taking to Twitter to share an image of the label on the navy printed lunchbox, which read: “Boys space print lunchbox”, dad and Politician, Joshua Peck called the store out for gender discrimination.
Which is why one woman wanted to shout about the fact that she was teaching her son to do household chores, so he’d realise early on that housework wasn’t just for women. Mum-of-two Nikkole Paulun from Michigan took to Facebook to share pictures of her six-year-old son, Lyle doing the washing, loading the dishwasher and cooking, alongside a lengthy caption explaining why it is so important to her that her son learns these important life skills. “I teach my son to cook & do household chores.
Jen Anderson Shattuck, 35, from Plymouth, Massachusetts took to Facebook to pen an open letter to the man claiming that she would defend her son, whose nickname is Roo, and his right to wear whatever he liked. “If asked, he will say the tutus make him feel beautiful and brave. Jen went on to say that Roo has worn a tutu at various different places and there has never been a problem, until last week when she was walking with her son in the park and was accosted by a man who demanded to know why Roo was wearing a skirt.
When Shona Campbell asked three-year-old, Harry which socks he wanted to wear for nursery that day, he chose his favourite pair patterned with love hearts. Taking to her Facebook page last week, the young mum wrote a heartfelt post supporting her son’s right to wear whatever he wanted.