Artsy Boys and Smelly Girls • Illustrated Book on Gender Stereotypes [➦]
• People in parental/family roles
• Health, social services and education professionals
• Illustrated book
Élise Gravel (author-illustrator)
Release Date and Last Update
July 2017 (January 2018 for poster “Boys can be”)
Of the book: Hey psst! Kid! You might be a boy, you might be a girl. It doesn’t matter, you can still be…
Of the posters: Here are two small posters for parents and teachers who want to breakdown sexual stereotypes. Because, of course, boys and girls can be much more than what I put on this drawing, I encourage you to have children do their own posters, emphasizing what they want to be.
*** Note that the description for the posters was translated by the review team. ***
Gravel, E. (2017). Artsy boys and smelly girls. [E-book]. Retrieved from: http://elisegravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/artsyboys.pdf
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http://elisegravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/girls.png (Girls poster)
http://elisegravel.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Boys.png (Boys poster)
Although the tools are for children and adults close to them, these tools can also be relevant for adults who have little knowledge regarding gender stereotypes as an icebreaker, whether or not they have children.
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