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Free to Be… You and Me is a children's entertainment project, conceived, created and executive-produced by actress and author Marlo Thomas. Produced in collaboration with the Ms. An ABC television special, also created by Thomas, using poetry, songs, and sketches, followed two years later in March The basic concept was to encourage posts gender neutrality , saluting values such as individuality, tolerance, and comfort with one's identity.
Celebrate National Dog Day with a look at some shows that feature a few of the most adorable dogs on TV. Watch the video. Title: Free to Be Based on the beloved children's album that helped challenge gender stereotypes, this TV special brings a selection of songs from Marlo Thomas's record and book to the small screen via live-action, puppetry and animation. Wow-Talk about going back,I have not seen this movie in over 20 years. I would love to get my hands on a copy of it. The theme song rings the strongest in my memory.