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It's Time to End Gender Stereotypes in Schools – Ms. Magazine

More Than A Magazine, A Movement There is a study taught in introductory psychology courses in colleges across the U.S., in which various cohorts of volunteers are brought into a room with a six-month-old baby playing on the floor. The volunteer—a student, barista, janitor, professor, cafeteria worker, shopkeeper—interacts with the baby. Some are told the …

Covid Vaccine Prompts Strong Immune Response in Younger Children, Pfizer Says – The New York Times

AdvertisementSupported byVaccinated kids aged 5 to 11 showed evidence of protection against the virus, the company said. The data must be reviewed by the F.D.A. before children can be inoculated.By Apoorva MandavilliThe Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been shown to be safe and highly effective in young children aged 5 to 11 years, the companies announced …

Cries to help keep young girls in Lancashire safe online – Lancashire Telegraph

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New Sex Ed To Force Explicit Images, Gender Mayhem, Abortion On Kids – The Federalist

This article contains adult-level information about sex and genitals.Last year, three leftist nonprofits created the National Sex Education Standards, a blueprint for the “sex education” of K-12 children. In practice, the standards serve as an indoctrination camp in extremist sexual ethics designed to destroy children’s innocence and undermine their attachment to the traditional, Judeo-Christian understanding …

7 YA novels featuring strong, vulnerable, unique Black girls coming in 2021 – NBC News

SectionsTVFeaturedMore from NBC Follow NBC News This year welcomes a slate of Black authors who will publish young adult fiction ranging in subject matter, but sharing one common goal: to expand what it means to see Black teen girls as full, whole characters.Mahogany Browne, Faridah Àbíké-Íyímídé, L.L. McKinney, J. Elle, Elise Bryant, Renée Watson and …