Can’t Judge a Book by Lookin’ at the Cover…

So sang Bo Diddley more than 50 years ago – but try as we might, we both judge and are judged in all kinds of ways.  Cognitive scientists say assigning basic categories is part of how we simplify the world so that we’re not overwhelmed – a tree is not a cloud is not a puppy…  But what if categories that seem so obvious aren’t necessarily so?  Are little girls really made of sugar and spice and what’s wrong with boys liking pink?  Join us for a gentle exploration of gender identity and a personal journey down “Clueless Lane.”

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