Gender-neutral parenting is essentially parenting outside the mainstream boy/girl dichotomy. So, parents who try gender-neutral parenting tend to give their boys and girls both "boy toys" and "girl toys", dress them in both pink and blue (whatever they tend to want to wear so long as it's weather appropriate). It's all about diversity and removing limitations on gender expression. Would you try it?
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When I was little:
-I played with barbies on occasion.
-I had an easy bake oven
-I watched Totally Spies! and the Powerpuff girls.
-I had a stuffed doll with a blanket until around 4, I also had a ton of stuffed dolphins.
Did I turn out gay or feminine? No. Quite the opposite. I'm very securely straight and many others consider me to be masculine. Kids brains are too underdeveloped to understand gender behaviors yet. Those don't emerge until later in life.2