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And will recommendations that feature girls and boys reaching beyond traditional gender roles alienate some parents?
Betsy Bozdech, Common Sense Media’s executive editor for ratings and reviews, explained the reasoning behind some of the more complex choices.“Moonlight,” for example, will be given the new stamp of approval for 17-year-olds and up, despite depictions of violence, drugs and sex.
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It then surveyed parents in April and found that they were very worried about how gender stereotyping in the media could affect their children.“When my daughter was a toddler, I was absolutely floored to see that there seemed to be far more male characters than female characters in what we’re making for kids in the 21st century,” said the actress Geena Davis, founder of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media and an adviser on the project. Davis said she hoped the Common Sense ratings would help guide parents, who might, in turn, increase pressure on the entertainment industry to produce more content with positive female role models.
(Her daughter is now 15.)“Everyone I encountered in the industry tried to tell me it wasn’t a problem any more, that it had been fixed,” she said.
Founded in 2003, Common Sense Media provides parents with an online rating system that suggests age-appropriate shows for children, highlighting those that underscore admirable character traits like courage, empathy and perseverance.
On Tuesday it will introduce a new metric: the portrayal of gender.