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Putting neutral into gear: What’s the toy industry doing for gender inclusivity?

After some 60 years of dominating the fashion doll market with its Barbie brand – not without its fair share of controversies just as much as its successes – Mattel finally drew a firm line in the sand on the topic of gendered play last month, when it launched Creatable …

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Mattel champions ‘boundary pushing toy lines’ for 12 TOTY nominations

Having received no fewer than 12 finalist nominations in the Toy Association’s 2020 Toy of the Year Awards, Mattel has put its 2019 success down to ‘pushing boundaries with the experiences it brings to the market.’ Barbie, Fisher-Price, Hot Wheels and Jurassic World have been named among the Mattel brands …

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French toymakers sign agreement to rid industry of gender stereotyping

Toymakers in France have drawn up a charter to rid toys and games of gender stereotypes, that the government has blamed for keeping girls from pursuing careers in maths, science and other STEM focused subjects. The charter for a ‘balanced representation (of gender) in toys’ was signed by the French …

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Mattel launches first gender inclusive fashion doll line with Creatable World

Mattel has launched its first gender inclusive fashion doll line in Creatable World, a new customisable doll line that offers ‘endless combinations’ as kids are encouraged to create their own characters from a wardrobe of options, accessories, and wigs. In Creatable World, dolls do not conform to any gender stereotype, …

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