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Must monsters always be male?

Males are more typically embodied as powerful, wild and potentially dangerous beasts such as dragons, bears and tigers, while females tended to anthropomorphise smaller and more vulnerable creatures such as birds, cats and insects. Such a narrative brings the children into a perspective that women are weak and hence need male protection. Research elaborates that among humanised creatures in media and literature a creature’s sex is 73% more likely to be male than female.
https://www.theguardian.com/…/childrens-books-sexism-monste…

With KuLKids, we aim to change this narrative by enabling all-inclusive society in which every kid is reflected with their diversities. 

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