BY Mary Rockcastle
on Mar 20, 2014
I still have distinct memories of this one time when I took my Lord of the Rings action figures to school in fourth grade. I quickly found myself surrounded by a group of boys who weren't afraid to inform me that my toys were not dolls, they were action figures, and that dolls were for girls and action figures were for boys. Little did they know that I just thought Legolas and Aragorn were hot, and didn’t give two flying bags of shit whether they were ... Read More
The gang’s all here: Fluttershy, Rarity, Pinkie Pie, Applejack, Twilight Sparkle, and Rainbow Dash! The illustrator Cherry Garcia presents her lovely collection of My Little Pony favorites turned velociraptors, merging twin childhood loves of horses and dinosaurs. Wickedly adorable, her illustrations will warm up your chilly winter day with nostalgia and anticipation for magical creatures ahead. Take a look.
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BY Hallie Marks
on Jun 14, 2013
Who IS that girl?
We know all about how kids’ toys are divided by gender in really icky ways. Why can’t a boy use an Easy Bake Oven? Why aren’t girls playing with those trucks in the commercials? And the issue goes far beyond surface advertising – “boy products” often encourage building, activity, and adventure, while “girl products” usually emphasize appearance and foster skills like nurturing and cooking. These are all great ... Read More