Month: May 2016

Gender Stereotyping is Affecting Children from as Young as Three Months Old, says Study

There’ll forever be the debate over whether human beings are products of the environment, shaped by experiences, or rather innately driven by a predetermined constellation of preferences, irrespective of external forces. Obviously, the nature vs nurture conflict is not that cut and dry, but a new study on infant gender stereotyping is set to tip the […]


Why Unisex Baby Names are Trending

If you’re searching for an uber-cool baby name to bestow upon your precious, chances are you would’ve come across the latest trend for unisex titles; names that appeal for both boys and girls. But what has made gender-free monikers so popular these days — and, the bigger question, will they be a timeless fit for the new generation? […]