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Target Proves New Gender-Neutral Toy Policy Will Be A Hit With Latest Star Wars Campaign Ad

28/08/2015 13:21 BST | Updated 28/08/2015 13:59 BST

American retailer Target announced early August they were adopting a new, non-gendered policy in their stores, and their latest ad proves it was a great decision.

The retailer announced on its blog, A Bullseye View, it will no longer have signs with 'boy' and 'girl' qualifiers in certain departments, like toys and bedding.

The news didn't go down well as critics argued the changes would make it harder for shoppers to find what they're looking for.

But their latest #ShareTheForce campaign is proof toys are in fact gender neutral.

The advert is a montage of photos and videos showing girls, boys, women and men across all generations. And they all absolutely love Star Wars.

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