Pink is for girls, and boys too! – A conversation with Ritu Vaishnav

Pink is for girls, and boys too! – A conversation with Ritu Vaishnav

Ritu Vaishnav’s Pink and Blue is an attempt by a mother to initiate a dialogue with her little one about gender stereotypes. It encourages kids to question these notions before they begin to shape their thinking and offers adults an opportunity to initiate this very necessary discussion. A discussion that needs to happen – it’s never too early, or too late! While we reviewed the book, there were some questions in our mind that we wanted to ask Ritu, and she agreed to answer them for us.

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Kids need to have a Balanced View towards Gender – An interview with Garima Kushwaha

Kids need to have a Balanced View towards Gender – An interview with Garima Kushwaha

Most of us will agree that Gender Equality should be something that should be a way of life, and not just a topic for essay writing competitions. However, the most instrumental thing is to make sure that we, as parents and educators, don’t fall prey to gender stereotyping, through our words or our actions. And one of the best ways to poke holes in gender stereotyping is to talk about role models.

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