advertisement advertisement advertisement This fall, you're cordially invited to Mr. Potato Head's wedding. He's marrying his partner of many years, another Mr. Potato Head. And I promise it's going to be the party of the year, with—you guessed it—plenty of spuds on the menu. advertisement advertisement The toy giant Hasbro is rebranding its iconic Mr. Potato Head toy by dropping the "Mr." from the name. On the surface, it may seem like a subtle shift, but it is designed to break away from traditional gender norms, particularly when it comes to creating Potato Head families—how toddlers frequently play with the toy, according to Hasbro's research. But starting this fall, when the new brand is unveiled, kids will have a blank slate to create same-sex families or single-parent families. It's a prime example of the way heritage toy brands are evolving to stay relevant in the 21st century. Twitter that it would continue to sell individual Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head toys. The difference is that the brand name and the family sets will be gender neutral to promote more inclusivity. Indeed, images Hasbro released of these boxed sets portray families on the packaging with two dads and two moms, along with… Read full this story
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