Villains and Beloved Characters for All as Disney Removes Gender from Halloween Costumes

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Target removed the gender-specific labeling from their toy sections earlier this year, and now Disney Store’s website has scrubbed the Halloween section of “for girls” and “for boys” identifiers. This is perfect, because if a kid loves a character, they can dress up as that character all they want, gender labels be damned.

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Now costumes are just “for kids” which is what they’ve always been. Or “for baby” if an outfit is for little ones.

Now, do some of these Disney Minnie Mouse shoes come in adult sizes? I’m asking for a friend.



Bri is the founder and co-editor of What the Fangirl. She loves chai lattes, Disney and fairy tales.

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