A Parent Is Born
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A Parent Is Born

Raising Children Without Stereotypes … or at Least Trying To!

Pink is a girl’s color?

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By Micky Williamson

The pink and blue thing has an interesting history. It wasn’t until between 1950 and 1990 that pink was declared a “girl” color. That is relatively recent, and as you can see in the picture below, it was certainly something that this cisgender individual didn’t agree with…

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Because the moment a child is born, a parent is born, too.

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