Picture Bookstagang Podcast
Show Notes Episode 7
“Gender and stereotypes: Featuring Guest host Lee!”
This week we are joined by guest host Lee (they/them) for a discussion on Gender and gender stereotypes and how to subvert them using children’s books. We discuss Lee’s personal journey, Corrie’s master’s thesis in Gender Studies and a whole bunch of great books for discussing Gender with children.
Topics discussed in this episode:
-Topic 1 Meet Lee (They/Them)! Corrie’s amazing Spouse!
-Topic 2 Lee’s Experiences of Discrimination in Education for Their Expression of Gender
-Topic 3 What is Gender?
-Topic 4 Gender in Kidlit
-Topic 5 Dismantling Gender Stereotypes in the Early Years
-Topic 6 Strong Opinions on “Pink is for Boys”
-Topic 7 Gender Non Conforming Books
-Topic 8 Subverting Gender Stereotypes in the Classroom and at Home
Gender identity: which is the sense a person has of their own gender and how they relate to their gender.
A Stereotype: is an overly simple picture or opinion of a person, group or thing.
Social Construction: an idea or definition created and enforced by a society
“Lucia the Luchadora” Cynthia Leonore Garza & Alyssa Bermudez
“Annie’s Plaid Shirt” Stacy B. Davids & Rachael Balsaitis
“Interstellar Cinderella” Deborah Underwood & Meg Hunt
“Julian is a Mermaid” Jessica Love
“Mary Wears What She Wants” Keith Negley
“Sparkle Boy” Leslea Newman & Maria Mola
“Dress Like a Girl” Patricia Toht
“Jacob’s new dress” Ian Hoffman, Sarah Hoffman & Chris Case
“Pink is for Boys” Rob Pearlman & Eda Kaban
“From the stars in the sky to the fish in the sea” Kai Cheng Thom, Kai Yun Ching Wai-Yant Li
“Ho’onani Hula Warrior” Heather Gale & Mika Song
“Boxitects” Kim Smith
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