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Canada isn't much better, but still. Wouldn't this piss off parents?

There are no designated areas to play with dolls or building blocks. The toys have been strategically jumbled to create an environment for girls and boys to play together.
These two preschools in Sweden -- Nicolaigarden and Egalia (meaning 'equality' in Latin) -- go to great lengths to de-emphasize gender. Children are given the freedom to challenge and cross gender boundaries.
Rather than encourage children to do particular things, the teachers are careful not to box children based on their gender or subtly discourage them from doing certain things.
The school has removed the terms "girl" and "boy" completely. Instead they make a deliberate effort to call each child by their first name or the gender-neutral pronoun "hen".
But is it necessary to intervene at such a young age, and what are the long-term effects?

https://web.archive.org/web/20171007022013/http://www.cnn.com/2017/09/28/health/sweden-gender-neutral-preschool/index.html
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Sweden Yes
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It's because the teachers are gender confused and pass it downward. The abused become the abuser... sharing the pain/confusion.




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