The London Hearth Brigade has hit out on the British animated present “Peppa Pig”, accusing it of utilizing language that promotes gender stereotypes.
The firefighting staff shared a clip of an episode titled “The Hearth Engine”, wherein the narrator defined how Peppa’s mother was dressed as a “fireman” regardless of being a lady.
There has additionally been a giant debate surrounding youngsters TV present “Fireman Sam” just lately, with Piers Morgan amongst others having his say on Twitter.
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David Jones, the creator of the present and who claims to be an ex-firefighter, has since instructed the BBC: “Somebody doesn’t be part of the fireplace service once they watch ‘Fireman Sam’. They wouldn’t be the suitable folks for the job if that was their mentality.”
Criticism apart, the Brigade did level out that Barbie was doing an awesome job, insisting the model was encouraging each girls and boys to affix their staff with one in every of its newest dolls.