Tag Archives: sexism

Sexist Toys

Somebody gave us a “roller” for our son the other day. It’s a great gift–for now he’s just trying to eat it, but eventually it will help him with crawling/walking. However, I noticed something interesting about the packaging. It mentions how the company loves babies, adores kids and admires their moms. I guess the company […]

Kids’ Bikes and Sexism

Today I went for a long run. Ten miles. (I’m training for a half marathon. Then it’s on to more half exercises.) I did my running at the college in our town. My wife and Wolfe came over about halfway through to walk some hills. When I was done, my wife took a quick run […]