sexist toys

Several high-profile tweeters, including former MP Louise Mensch and Sky News presenter have urged Sports Direct to pull
As children of the 80s, HuffPost UK Lifestyle didn't go very far without our My Little Pony toys. Innocently cantering its
The campaign to get more girls interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) just got a whole lot fiercer
Barbie, with her teeny waist, love of cupcakes, ability to overlook Ken's most basic flaw (he has no penis), and preference
Some of these pictures by Polish photographer Ilona Szwarc are haunting, while others are beautifully shot. This insight
At an age when most little girls are dressing up as their favourite Disney Princess, five-year-old Emma Moore is nurturing
Inspired by the viral image of Barbie without make-up that took the internet by storm last week, artist and researcher Nickolay
Toy company Hasbro has had its fair share of toddlers with 'tude throwing their sexist toys out of the pram this year. It
Designing a new generation of toys, games and media is not about creating an army of girls who grow up to be physicists and programmers, although this could be a welcome by-product. The goal, instead, could be to build a critical mass of girls who believe that they can do anything they want.