The term “gender neutral” can be problematic. Many things (especially clothing and accessories) that are “gender neutral” are actually designed for men, with women as an afterthought.
Boy Babydolls and Princess Builders: Rethinking the Pink Aisle
Brooke Moreland
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Yes! That’s a great point about what our society perceives as gender neutrality — sometimes, it’s just adopting the socially constructed masculine perspective and casting away the feminine.

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