Children are not put off if the characters in a story don’t all live happily ever after

News outlets were cloaked in black during a week of turmoil and mourning at home and abroad. A small, colorful story stood out. The cartoon Peppa Pig, now a modern British institution, will, we are told, feature its first lesbian couple.

Display diversity is a dominant concern in contemporary children’s entertainment, both on screen and in books. And for a good reason. We live in an increasingly heterogeneous society. Fair representation of minority groups is crucial to promoting inclusion and cohesion.

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