From 1970s children's book

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Teaching children what's what.

From 1970s children's book

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UPDATE: It's from the book I'm glad I'm a boy!: I'm glad I'm a girl!
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8 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

What´s the book?

Un lector español (Spanish reader) said...

Which book? I can't trust you, and anyone shouldn't do it, if you don't give this essential information.

biotv said...

Here's the source of the image, if you wanna do some tracking...:)

Gwen said...

It's from a book called "I'm Glad I'm a Boy! I'm Glad I'm a Girl!," published by Whitney Darrow. You can find it on Amazon, used, for $269.

tara said...

so informational!

El señor Ríder said...

Those days!!

Anonymous said...

Newsflash, people...Whitney Darrow, the guy that drew this, was a satirical cartoonist for the New Yorker.
He meant it to be poking fun at people who operated only within rigid and traditional gender roles.

Anonymous said...

Yeah. He failed then. There was never anything wrong people operating within "rigid and traditional gender roles" as you call them. (Are you a professor?)
Damn it , I miss them.

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