Along with several other people, I’ve been doing a lot of work for the Let Toys be Toys campaign lately, which is why this blog has become a little neglected. I did recently blog for the f-Word about the way science toys are overwhelmingly marketed to boys, a post which was also published by New Statesman. The Let Toys Be Toys website is under development – what is currently a holding page will soon be a much more informative and interactive site, including a blog open to guests. As the campaign is made up of busy parents with a variety of jobs, sometimes things take a bit longer than we expect them to. In the meantime can anyone who supports LTBT make sure you have signed and shared the petition and keep on sending photos and ideas to @lettoysbetoys on twitter or facebook.
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