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(The Mary Sue)   Eighth grader petitions Hasbro to make gender neutral Easy Bake Oven. After the way they handled the six-year-old's request for more girls in the Guess Who game, I'm sure they will have a convincing answer for this   (themarysue.com) divider line 3
    More: Followup, Hasbro, easy-bake oven, gender neutral, Emeril, gender inequality, Great Idea, oven, Mario Batali  
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2012-12-05 10:26:47 AM
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Attention Whore of Babylon: I don't think it's the 8th grader who wants the oven. She is petitioning to get a gender-neutral version for her little brother who wants one and is offput by the "girly."


Oh, look. Some one RTFA.
2012-12-05 10:26:41 AM
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Elzar: Eighth grader using an easy bake oven?


ArkAngel: Would it not be simpler for him to just use a real oven?


dv-ous: 13 is old enough to cook


I know it's not mandatory (or even customary) to RTFA, but come on.
2012-12-05 10:15:36 AM
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Elzar: Eighth grader using an easy bake oven? Does not fempute... My preschool aged daughter got one last year - I don't think this eighth grader is in the standard easy bake demographic.

/ Or is there a new way that kids get high these days that involve easy bake ovens?
// It seems implied in the name


Would it not be simpler for him to just use a real oven? Get this kid some cookbooks and decent ingredients for Christmas instead
 
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