Gabby Logan encourages 'gender fluidity' in her young twins
The sports presenter refuses to force gender stereotypes on her son and daughter.
Presenter Gabby Logan has said she encourages “gender fluidity” among her children and refuses to intervene with their personal choices.
She prefers to let 11-year-olds Lois and Reuben make their own decisions about fashion and hobbies rather than push them towards male and female stereotypes.
The 44-year-old BBC sports reporter shares the twins with husband Kenny Logan, whom she married in 2001.
She told the Sun newspaper: “I encourage gender fluidity at home.
“I don’t try to force my daughter into only being into girly things like clothes and make-up, and I don’t try to force my son into only being interested in typically male things either.”
Saying it is important to “leave (children) be”, she added: “Let them make up their own minds about what they wear.
“If my daughter wants to wear an outfit I don’t like, or have her hair a certain way, I won’t intervene.”
Logan, who won the NEP UK presenter award in December, also admitted she does not allow the twins to have mobile phones and they do not have social media accounts.