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She uses many examples in her article. One of the big ones that caught my eye, was the one where the dads were taking care of their kids on the train. Everyone found it weird, but in a good way. Which isn’t something to find weird in the first place because it is their job as the father to take care of their kids. Another one is how we automatically place genders on children, blue or pink, girl or boy. There is not in between. So, when the dad had his little girl dressed mostly as a boy, Judith automatically assumed that his child was a boy. This plays well into my life because my dad played a large part in raising me and was more of the “stay-at-home” parent than my mom. We lived on a farm and my dad would do his chores when he could find someone to watch me while he was out. And because we lived on a farm, I
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