So anyway after this call I need to Zen myself more than ever I pack my lounging bag with the new Maxim magazine my hubby Idris Elba is on the cover want to read that, pack my blanket, another book to read "I never promised you a Rose Garden", some lotion and bottle of water grab my sunglasses and keys get ready to close the door behind me when I hear...Thunder! Now I'm in the middle of some passing rain so again I have to change my plans.
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Why not invest the energy in making your staff and your layout welcoming to anyone who decides to enter any where? Hope about installing at least one gender neutral bathroom and a few dressing rooms? I think that would be more reasonable than changing a whole store around. Again like I said earlier, kids aren't shopping parents are. We can read very well and make out own choices.
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Give people more credit, something to think about
a Mom that likes to make her own choices.
What do you think does changing a store into gender neutral benefit or hinder its chances of you shopping there? Does it invite more respect and acceptance to start removing all gender labels? How comfortable are you with gender labels in the wake of Transgender information being more accessible? Are you more accepting or even more confused? Please share your thoughts, let's talk for a minute.
Always stress free xo.